Reggae, Roots & Culture

Saturdays, 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Reggae Roots & Culture is your source for positive uplifting reggae music every Saturday morning from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tune in for new and classic reggae music along with artist interviews and birthday information. RRAC always features local, national, and international reggae artists, along with information about events taking place in and out of the reggae community.

February is not only Black History Month — it’s also Reggae Music Month. Tune in to Reggae, Roots & Culture on Saturday morning to hear a "Birthday Salute" to two of Reggae Music's Icons.

WEAA Lecture: From Trenchtown to Sandtown

Jun 3, 2015

On May 23, Claudette Lindsay, host of WEAA's Caribbean Exchange, moderated WEAA’s lecture series event, From Trenchtown to Sandtown: Finding Marley’s Message in the Music, in conjunction with Center Stage's production of the musical, Marley

Join Papa WaBe, host of Reggae, Roots and Culture, Claudette Lindsay, host of Caribbean Exchange, and a distinguished panel for the next conversation in WEAA’s lecture series, From Trenchtown to Sandtown: Finding Marley’s Message in the Music, in conjunction with Center Stage's production of the musical, Marley. The event will be held May 23 at 12:30 p.m., at Center Stage.

In celebration of Black History Month and Reggae Music Month, join Reggae Roots and Culture host Papa WaBe this Saturday morning from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for part one of a two-part special, "Gone, But Never Forgotten.” Part one will feature the music of and facts about some of the great Reggae music artists who have passed away within the last 35 years. Tune in and "WAKE UP!”

This Saturday during WEAA's 24-hour "Bob Marley Birthday Salute,” tune into Reggae Roots & Culture  from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., as host Papa WaBe welcomes special guests Rasta Elder Baba Ras Marcus; Ras Wayne Rose, adjunct instructor at University of Maryland Baltimore County; and musical selections from Jahiti, live in studio. It's all about Bob Marley and his timeless messages and music. Tune in and spread the word.

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