Soulful Reggae Rock Blues Singer Omari Banks to Perform at Artscape Main Stage
Soulful Reggae Rock Blues Singer Omari Banks will take the stage at the 36th annual 2017 Artscape in Baltimore, Maryland alongside world-famous Drummer, Multi-award winner Sheila E, American funk and soul band led by Robert Randolph (Named one of 100 greatest guitarists of all time by Rolling Stone) and world famous American Gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello among other performers.
The charismatic Omari who proudly has taken over the reins to deliver Anguilla Reggae to the international forefront is renowned for his “dashing good looks, rock star stage presence and impressive singer-songwriter skills- Forbes” will entertain patrons with “Reggae Summertime, Naturally, Don’t Expect It” and more from his newly released SUNLIGHT album.
Taking place July 21st to the 23rd, 2017 in Baltimore, Maryland Arts cape, is America’s largest free arts festival which yearly attracts 350,000+ attendees over three days, features the gamut of art, from fine artists, fashion designers and craftspeople; visual art exhibits, exhibitions, outdoor sculpture, art cars, photography and the Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize; as well as incredible live concerts on outdoor stages. Artscape’s total economic impact on Baltimore City is $28.5 million.
“This will be my first time performing to such a crowd in this beautiful city, and as a lover of all art forms it is such an honor and pleasure for me to bring some Sunlight to Artscape. I look forward to see you all.” – Omari Banks.
Omari Banks will perform on Sunday, July 23rd at 3:30pm at Artscape main stage.
“At six foot five, dark and handsome, with long dreadlocks and a cool Caribbean style, you can’t help but be drawn to Omari Banks; his music is dynamic and has many influences.” – Huffington Post.
“Omari Banks, who commanded the stage with a Jimi Hendrix-reminiscent presence. Rocking a multicolored “Rolling Stones” cut-off tee, a bandana, leather pants and his signature dreads, Omari showed, in the revered words of Big Freedia, “He did not come to play — He came to slay.” – BET.
“… Omari Banks. With his dashing good looks, rockstar stage presence and impressive #singer #songwriter skills, the younger Banks is well poised to carry on his father’s legacy and take Anguillan reggae international.” – Forbes.
“He’s got a voice as calming as chamomile and #charisma that bubbles like a champagne toast. He’s not just a dynamic performer; he writes and composes most of his own songs. Between his music and his magnetic mojo, one of #Anguilla’s most beloved talents has the makings of an international superstar”. – Vibe Magazine.
Source: MPR Consulting