Now in its fifth year, Reggae Rise Up returns to St. Petersburg, FL, March 15-17, 2019. Year after year the event has been stacked with the heaviest hitters in the modern reggae scene, and this year’s festival sees Rebelution and Slightly Stoopid being joined by Stick Figure, who… Read More
Reid came to Rootfire by way of New Zealand, where he lived and worked with The Black Seeds worldwide team from 2011-2012. Before that he was the drummer of a folk-rock group called 2Me out of Sacramento, California. Today he manages some of our favorite bands and oversees all operations of Rootfire.
Steel Pulse’s new single “Stop You Coming and Come” is OUT NOW!
Bearing witness to the accelerating negativity of global affairs, Steel Pulse emerges with musical vengeance to halt the disarray of humanity. The forthcoming album, Mass Manipulation, set for early 2019 release (Rootfire Cooperative / Wiseman Doctrine),… Read More
Marking the 40th anniversary of their debut album, Steel Pulse has never wavered in a career long commitment to better mankind through reggae music. This summer’s expansive, co-headlining tour with Ziggy Marley, has truly served to excite, elevate, and entertain fans… Read More
If you’re just hearing about The Elovaters for the first time, you’re about to discover your new favorite band. Their sophomore album Defy Gravity comes out October 26 on Rootfire Cooperative, and we’re thrilled to premiere their new single “So Many Reasons” today.… Read More
Jason Mraz is playing Aug 7 at Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival (Prospect Park Bandshell) and Aug 9 at NYC’s iconic SummerStage, Central Park, with special guest Brett Dennen. Rootfire is giving away a pair of tickets for each night. Enter below!… Read More
I don’t know which way I’m gonna go
But I’ve gotta keep going
This is the internal compass of anyone and everyone who’s ever dared to pursue their passion. You cannot see the path until it’s behind you. You don’t know what’s coming but you know you must keep… Read More
Coming from an island 36 miles long, 14 miles wide and 5,000 miles away from your governing mainland instantly makes you different. For Peace Band embraces their island roots as they activate the masses through conscious reggae music. The only artist from Guam currently active… Read More