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Beres Hammond continues 2018 ‘All Love’ Tour with New York/Northeast dates

Beres Hammond has been on tour since June including stops in California for Sierra Nevada World Music Fest, Jamaica for Reggae Sumfest and more.

 

Smooth, soulful, legendary reggae artist Beres Hammond is currently on his 2018 ‘All Love’ Tour. He is now headed to the Northeast area, beginning tonight at The Paramount venue in Long Island, with additional dates in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Boston before heading to the United Kingdom.

Beres Hammond has been on tour since June including stops in California for Sierra Nevada World Music Fest, Jamaica for Reggae Sumfest and more.

This tour will be the prelude to his upcoming album on VP Records out this Fall titled ‘Never Ending’. He will be releasing two new videos in the coming weeks for ‘I’m Alive’ and ‘Land of Sunshine’. Acts that have will join him for this leg of the tour include Chronixx, Etana, Tony Rebel and Queen Ifrica.

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Helping form the foundation for his mellow, bluesy delivery, Beres grew up listening to American soul and pop music from Stax, Motown and other vintage sounds. Fast forward to now, his own influence on others is witnessed from a diverse list of singers including Shaggy, Romain Virgo, Christopher Martin and Rihanna and much more.

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Beres Hammond | US Tour 2018

Thursday – August 2
The Paramount- Huntington, NY

Friday – August 3
College Street Music Hall- New Haven, C

Saturday – August 4
Electric Factory- Philadelphia, PA

Sunday – August 5
Ford Amphitheater- Brooklyn, NY

Wednesday – August 8
Paddy’s Beach Club- Westerly, RI

Friday – August 10
NJ PAC- Newark, NJ

Saturday – August 11
Franklin Park Zoo- Boston, MA

Sunday – August 12
The Chance- Poughkeepsie, NY


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