This weekend reggae legends Steel Pulse are back in the islands as part of the BAMP Project’s second annual Republik Music Festival. Ahead of the show, HPR's Dave Lawrence spoke with front man David Hinds, who explained how the group has recently performed in Haiti and are helping recovery efforts there.
Steel Pulse plays the second annual Republik Music Festival Saturday in Honolulu at Kaka`ako Waterfront Park and Sunday at the MACC in Kahului with Slightly Stoopid, G Love, Gyptian and Barrington Levy. Learn more about the band and their efforts to support the people of Haiti at their website, steelpulse.com and at holdon4haiti.org. Learn more abou the concerts at bampproject.com.
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