Jah Cure @ Reigen, Vienna, 17.11.2014

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Jamaican artist Jah Cure's, first show in Austria, Vienna, on his European tour coming to a close, he certainly has been busy this season having already done 16 other shows throughout Europe. With the venue close to being filled to capacity the audience waited patiently on him, as the dominancy seemed to have been ladies this time around. Straight from the airport, Jah Cure came and took over the venue.

Jah Cure's, band and back up singers really were amazing opening the show, they really put on a wonderful performance. Their vibrance filled the venue as they started performing leaving the audience excited about what was yet to come until Jah Cure appeared on stage. Cheering on and seeing him for some of the massive, seemed to have had that wow effect with the ladies screaming. The "ladies man" had entered the room, interestingly I observed as couples grew closer, the male counterparts particulary watching over their woman because the serenading sounds were only at their beginning stages. But Jah Cure balanced it all out for both alike, playing tunes that everyone could be apart of.

His music has reached every corner of this earth to date and with that surely everyone was able to sing along. Jah Cure stage presence really is something that has a unique energy about it. Of course his voice has drawn his audience over the years and impressively hearing him live really was something on another level. This show was something that was one of a kind in Vienna. Perhaps being his first time and ours too. He really did give us a show to remember.

Jah Cure will be releasing his next single next month as he mentioned during the interview, so look out for it! Really was a marvelous show. We from Africanlife really loved the atmosphere and vibe.

Bunfire Squad thank you for bring another wonderful artist to Vienna.

Written by: Lauren,  Photographs: Mario @ Irie Unity, Videos and Interviews by: Yeke and Lauren







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