Advertised as the only reggae & dub festival with camping, One Love relocated this year to the Hop Farm in Kent. No longer will a working farm, in recent years it has played host to several annual festivals and concerts including the likes of Bob Dylan, Neil Young & in September hosts A Day Out [...]
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Terry Lane - Saturday 18.08.12, 12:15pm
Terry Lane - Monday 23.07.12, 20:32pm
The One Love Festival takes place every year in August and is the UK’s No 1 Reggae Camping Music Festival and is 5yrs old starting in 2008 in East Sussex and now have moved into new site Hop Farm in Kent.
The One Love Peace Concert was a large concert held on April 22nd, 1978, at [...]
Terry Lane - Sunday 29.04.12, 15:57pm
Reggae legend Freddie McGregor and Dancehall king Frankie Paul head this year’s One Love Festival.
They will be joined by fellow Jamaican’s including Studio 1 falsetto singer Cornel Campbell, heavy dub and beats band Dub Syndicate, Jamaican singing combo Michigan and Smiley, Tapper Zukie, New Yorks’ finest – the Fun Lovin’ Criminals and son of [...]
Terry Lane - Saturday 31.03.12, 09:44am
On Wednesday I was fortunate enough to witness a rare live performance from one of the most underrated men in British music. With his band The Pop Group, Mark Stewart pushed barriers and merged genres as they blasted their post-punk protest garage funk and politically-charged sloganeering into the faces of anyone in their way. But [...]
Terry Lane - Thursday 16.02.12, 08:47am
Following the heady days punk rock there was an explosion of multifaceted music exploration and experimentation that merged music genres, ideas, ethics and politics, and at the centre of all this was The Pop Group. Part of the emerging Bristol music scene in the late 1970s they were heavily involved with the politics of the [...]