April 8 - 12, 2019

Liontracks Reggae Band

Part of the 2017 Diversity Celebration
Tuesday, April 4, 2017 / 3:00pm-4:00pm
Plemmons Student Union (Cascades)
Free event

Liontracks Reggae Band brings roots reggae to every performance while the audience is encouraged to participate rather than just spectate. Fans are engaged by band leader/lead vocalist, Kevin “Khebo” Pauling, with the band’s signature phrase: “We make the music… and you make the noise!”

Formed by original band members Pauling and Spencer “Spud” Payne, Liontracks has been entertaining fans for over three decades with hundreds of their original, well known reggae songs like “Reggae Rockin’”, “Burn Fiyah”, “Walk In Jah Light”, “Jah Jah Jehovah”, “Mind at Ease” and “Ride Da Riddem”. Based in Winston-Salem, Liontracks brings a timeless reggae sound that is embraced by fans from all over the world and guaranteed to have you dancing on your feet. Get ready for a reggae sensation you will never forget!

About the Diversity Celebration

The Diversity Celebration features a wide array of local and international music, eclectic dancing, delectable food, and imaginative crafts. Appalachian students, faculty, staff, K-12 schools, and members of the local community are all invited to join us in this celebration of cultures through art and entertainment.

The Diversity Celebration supports and enhances Appalachian State University's mission of "accepting the responsibility to be actively involved in addressing the educational, economic, cultural, and societal needs of the changing region, state, nation, and world," by providing a venue where diverse perspectives, cultures and values are accepted, appreciated and celebrated.

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