Internationally acclaimed soca king Machel Montano continues his quest of channeling Caribbean music worldwide when he hits the stage at the prestigious New York City landmark venue, Radio City Music Hall. Billed as Machel Montano Live in Concert – Raw & Uncut, the highly-anticipated event will feature special guests from the HD family, including Patrice Roberts, Farmer Nappy, Zan, Umi Marcano and the HD Band, and takes place on Saturday, June 13, 2009.
This stop at Radio City is a follow-up to his critically acclaimed Machel Montano & Friends concerts at Madison Square Garden in 2008 and 2007. Montano’s new production of Raw & Uncut at Radio City will again break new ground for soca music and the culture of Trinidad &Tobago, as he takes full aim at capturing an even broader section of the North American market.
In addition to his own unparalleled live stage performances and featured appearances from members of the HD family, Montano will once again include a stellar cast of music superstars to participate in the show, among them is Red Hot Flames featuring Oungku from Antigua.
Radio City Music Hall boasts the largest indoor theatre in the world and has played host to everyone from Michael Jackson to the MTV Music Awards. It is the ultimate destination for the best and brightest in the entertainment business, and the thousands of Machel Montano massive trekking to the show will now become part of its rich history.
Montano’s lifelong work embodies his commitment as a Trinidadian artist, as he continues to tirelessly to promote Trinidad & Tobago’s Carnival, and the culture and people of the entire Caribbean. With a stellar cast and live band concert in the famed venue, Raw & Uncut is already guaranteed to go down in history. Tickets are now available at all Ticketmaster locations.
Radio City Music Hall is located in the heart of Rockefeller Center at: 1260 6th Avenue (Avenue of the Americas), between W. 50th St. and W. 51st St.
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More information at: www.radiocity.com
Author: World Music Central News Department
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