MORGAN Heritage is scheduled to perform at the New York Stock Exchange’s 94th annual tree lighting ceremony on November 30. 

The occasion, which opened to the public, is slated to start at 2:30 pm. The reggae band, however, is earmarked to perform at 5:35 pm.

The rock band Hollis Brown, country star Jackie Lee, singers Karen Rodriguez and Jesse Campbell, the Harlem Globetrotters, and the Radio City Rockettes are also billed to perform.

Formed in 1994, sibling group Morgan Heritage comprises children of reggae singer Denroy Morgan.

Known for their solid live performances, the group won Best Reggae Grammy Album for Strictly Roots in 2016. Other nominees were T he Cure by Jah Cure, Branches of The Same Tree by Rocky Dawuni, Barrington Levy’s Acousticalevy, and Zion Awakeby Luciano.

Avrakedabra, the latest Morgan Heritage album, was recorded on four different continents and features Ziggy and Stephen Marley.

Morgan Heritage is known for songs Don’t Haffi Dread, Two Me, How Come, and Let’s Make Up.





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