The Peace Corps Bash will be an incredible evening of international music, dancing and cultural performances. It is beginning to appear that this “Bash” will be the biggest Peace Corps party in the agency’s 50-year history! In addition to West African high-life music of Cheick Diabate Hamala band, the Bash has just  booked one of the top reggae bands in the ccountry, Proverbs Reggae.

Proverbs is a rootz reggae band maintaining the authentic sound of Rasta Roots Reggae music specializing in socially conscious roots.

Proverbs Reggae Band offers fans of all backgrounds a brand of MUSICAL POETRY, ROOTZ RASTA STYLE that definitely compels you to get on your  feet and dance when the rhythm hits you!

Proverbs has shared stages with numerous international artists such as: Half Pint, Freddie McGregor, Chuck Brown, Collie Bud, Wyclef, Luciano, Dean Frazier, Mikey General, Leroy Sybils, Ras Michael and the Sons of Negus, Buju Banton, Tanya Stephens, Gramps Morgan, to name a few. For more information on Proverbs Reggae, go to http://proverbsreggaeband.com http://proverbsreggaeband.com/.

Proverbs has been based in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area since the year 2000. Buy your tickets today at www.peacecorpsfund.org  http://www.peacecorpsfund.org/>*

Stay tune for more music and news about the Peace Corps Bash!