Gramps Morgan, DJ Taff

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  • Thursday, 17 January 2013 08:28
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12.01.2013, Reigen Vienna


On saturday, the 12th January the first reggae concert in 2013  was held. A very nice event, promoted once again by DJ Taff.

We, at love DJ Taff, he is the one promoter who brings roots music to Vienna. The sound systems who played before the Morgan´s came on stage, built up great vibes, Deliman was the dot of the i of perfect opening performance.

When Jemere came on stage suddenly the vibes changed to a lovely wave which grew bigger when the father appeared on stage too. Of course inspired by the positive music the vienna massive were filled with joy, happiness and love.
That is how it should be: no hostile situations and the best part, the Reigen was almost full. Gramps Morgan´s voice was wonderful and lovely, it sounded similar like Peetah´s voice, so immediately you are reminded of all the Morgan Heritage tunes and this brought big smiles apon the faces of the massive. His movement and behavior are of a real gentlemen, that is what we need right now in this crazy world. Checkers and chicks, calm down and become gents and ladies again.

Thank you Gramps, Jemere and DJ Taff for this night full of joy and happiness.

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