Jamaica’s Self-Contained Roots, Rock, Reggae Band EarthKry “LAST SURVIVAL TOUR”

Kingston, Jamaica (MPR Consulting) – For the past six weeks, Jamaica’s self-contained band EarthKry have been delivering a dose of authentic roots, rock, reggae to the “land down under”. Keyboardist Phillip Mcfarlane, Vocalist/Guitarist Aldayne Haughton, Drummer Kieron Cunningham and Bassist Kamardo Blake joined legendary New Zeland’s band Katchafire as special guests on their “Legacy Love Today” tour.

Kicking off on October 18th in St Kilda, Australia, EarthKry were introduced to a new land and new music lovers that quickly became fans. “The tour was super great, great crowd every night, so many people who didn’t know us now know. They embraced the roots, our music and the band, I can’t express enough the positive feedback that we got. We played about 22 shows from Eastern to South, North to West, so many venues, so many new fans. Working with Katchafire was a labour of love, It feels like family, like they were one of us and we were one of them. We worked hard but laughter and fun every day. We have also learned so much from them as they have been together 20 years. Great experience that we will never forget” expressed Phillip Mcfarlane. He further added, “We are humbled and want to thank Katchafire for really giving us the opportunity, fly us from Jamaica and exposing us to their audience. Big up and maximum respect, we are forever family. Also a big thank you to management, Mikki Selton who made everything happen, the whole crew, engineers, Oscar, Calvin. A special Big Up to all the other supporting acts that showed us love, and to all the fans and to Australia WE LOVE YOU

No rest for the weary, as EarthKry continues on to their “Last Survival Tour” in the US beginning in Utah on November 23rd for twenty slated performances to finish on December 29th in New York. “Survival is based on the title of our debut album, we branded our Survival tour that has taken us across all seasons from the US, to Europe, so this is bitter sweet at it is our last, but also a early beginning for our next chapter” explained Kemardo Blake. Speaking on what patrons can expect, Aldayne Haughton. related “For those who haven’t yet see us perform live, we invite you to celebrate the holidays with some music. See who EarthKry is. Real reggae roots rock from Jamaica. This is who we are. We promise you that you will enjoy yourself not only reggae fans, but music fans.” “Come feel the vibes of strictly roots rock reggae music, just vibes, come experience the solid original reggae from Kingston Jamaica” – Kieron Cunnigham

Ending their busy year on a high note with memorable performances, the self-contained band promised their fans new music and content for 2019.