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Reggae Fans Celebrate 17 Years of Dub Club With Sister Nancy and Josey Wales


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For the better part of two decades, Dub Club has been L.A.’s place to be for a steady fix of roots reggae and dub. Last night, Wednesday, July 26, at the Regent Theater in DTLA, reggae lovers skanked in celebration of Dub Club’s 17-year anniversary. Legendary Jamaican artists Sister Nancy, Josey Wales, Tippa Lee and Ranking Joe kept the energy high while resident DJs Tom Chasteen and Boss Harmony had the low frequencies covered.