After a stop in Bethlehem, Hawaiian roots reggae band The Lambsbread will wrap up their two-night stay in the Lehigh Valley with a headlining performance tonight in downtown Easton.
The group will perform at Pearly Baker's Alehouse, along with special guests Redwood Reggae. Show time is 10 p.m.
The Lambsbread formed in 2003 in Kauai and dropped their debut single album, Sing Praise, that same year. The single "Love in the House," was released as a .45 LP in Jamaica -- making Lambsbread the first Hawaiian artist to be released on Jamaican vinyl, according to the group's Facebook page.
The group's most recent studio effort, 2017's World Needs Love, includes the singles "Feel the Vibes" and "Soljahs of Jah."
Redwood vocalist Christopher J. Long said he is excited to be help spread the positive message of reggae music. "I'm excited to be sharing the stage with such talented musicians," he said. "And (I'm looking forward) to trying to make the Lehigh Valley a regular destination for other reggae artists."
Long is also a member of Lehigh Valley-based reggae trio Small Axe and a former member of Bethlehem-based reggae outfit Trouble City All-Stars.
The Lambsbread and Redwood Reggae perform 10 tonight at Pearly Baker's Alehouse, 11 Centre Square, Easton. Admission is free.