Jazz Cafe, Camden, London.
This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.
Formed in the late seventies, Aswad, along with UB40, quickly became one of the most important reggae artists to ever emerge from the UK.
Early hits such as 'Warrior Charge' and 'Three Babylon' established the band a massive following culminating in a UK number one hit with 'Don't Turn Around' in 1988.
The band continued their assault on the UK pop charts with tracks such as 'Give A Little Love', '54-46 Was My Number', 'Shine', 'Shy Guy', 'If I Was', 'Beauty's Only Skin Deep', 'Set Them Free' amongst many more, working with The Wailers, Sting, Vanessa Mae, Janet Kay and Jah Shaka in the process.
Over 18's only.
From and including the 14th March 2007 the Jazz Cafe is a NO SMOKING venue.
Disabled customers can buy their tickets from any of the usual sources and
do not have to explain their disability.
Wheelchair customers do not need to contact the venue in advance, please
purchase a ticket as normal. Your assistant will be admitted free on arrival
with you and does not need to purchase a ticket.