By: Brittany Somerset
NEW YORK – With a style that is reminiscent of the golden age of reggae music, Judah Tribe has honed its unique blend of soul reggae. From the smooth love song “Sometimes Love” to the highly political “Sleepwalker,” Judah Tribe has captured the imagination of its fans. Comparisons to legends such as Steel Pulse, Peter Tosh and Bob Marley are not uncommon.
Judah Tribe’s music has been heard inside the walls of the United Nations as well as at many prestigious events including; Chase Sounds of The City at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Target 1st Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City. Judah Tribe has also been featured at the Danny Simmon’s Corridor Gallery, S.O.Bs and Galapagos in New York City.
Judah Tribe is led by singer/guitarist Josh David. Josh David currently tours with Q-Tip and has played with internationally-renowned artists Stevie Wonder, Common, Rene Neufville and Joy Denalane.
Together with music director & keyboardist Eric “The General” Toussaint, Josh David has crafted a unique sound that is stirring lots of conversation.
Eric “The General” Toussaint
With 8 members, stemming from Cameron, Africa, Jamaica, France, Haiti and the USA, Judah Tribe is developing a truly international following. The full length debut album, New Day Dawnin, is due to be released in the Spring of 2009.
Check out www.judahtribe.com for more information.