“Lively up yourself” at Stroll

Jamaican roots reggae musician Greg Roy will play Saturday in Wilmington. Photo by Justin Doucette

WILMINGTON - Jamaican roots reggae musician Greg Roy, as part of his “Rock of Ages tour,” will play in Vermont on Saturday, July 17, for the Wilmington Stroll, hosted by Ratu’s Supply.
The Boston-based artist is best known for his fiery stage presence and uplifting, poetic performance style. Bringing his original blend of reggae music and story-telling ability, he has been capturing audiences throughout Jamaica and the United States for decades. His latest tour aims to spread his positive and uplifting message though his music - with a commitment to bring people together.
Originally making music as Mr. Ice, a period of discovery and self-reflection led Roy to adopt a more mature, philosophical, and soulful approach. With acoustic guitar in hand, Roy deeply connected with his Jamaican roots and the experiences life brings - both personal and of others who have crossed his path - to deliver spiritual, socially-conscious musical anthems and messages of love.
He is also the former lead vocalist for Bob Marley cover band The Duppy Conquerors. He is a two-time nominee for Boston Music Awards International Artist of the Year.

The Deerfield Valley News

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