The voices of reggae past, present and future join forces for one night only to showcase and celebrate the journey of Jamaican music as The Drum Arts/Theatre Centre, in Birmingham, will be presenting Mykal Rose, Etana and Cold Fever in Concert in the Main Auditorium on Friday September 11.

Mykal Rose, formerly the voice of the first ever Grammy Award winning reggae group, Black Uhuru, returns to The Drum with his catalogue of hits spanning over 25 years. Mykal Rose represents the heritage of reggae with his brand of roots reggae which has delighted fans around the world.
The Empress of Reggae, Etana will be also taking to the stage. MOBO nominated for her debut album The Strong One, Etana is the female voice of reggae today and is frequently compared to the great reggae female singers, Marcia Griffiths and Tessanne Chin.  She has stunned audiences around the world with her embrace of roots reggae and vocals.
Rising talent, Cold Fever has already received critical acclaim for introducing a new genre Desi Reggae, a fusion of his Jamaican and Indian heritage. Cold Fever has performed for the BBC Asian Network’s New Music Showcase and is currently embarking on a European which kicked off at Glastonbury 2015 on the BBC Introducing Stage.