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Max Romeo To Retire From Touring: “End Of An Era For Me, But Reggae Music Will Live On”

Jan 12, 2023
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Max Romeo To Retire From Touring: “End Of An Era For Me, But Reggae Music Will Live On”

Vintage Reggae artist Max Romeo has announced that he will be doing a final tour dubbed ‘The Ultimate Tour’ “to pay his respects,” and will be releasing a commemorative album ahead of his retirement from musical globetrotting, after 57 years in the business.

“After 5 decades of touring and sharing my music with the world, I have decided that it is finally time that I take some well needed rest and retire from touring. But, I know this journey is not just about me, it’s about the music , it’s about the message, it’s about roots reggae and it’s about you my loyal fans who have supported me over the years,” he noted.

“I can fondly remember my first tour in the UK in the late 1960s straight until my tour last year in Europe.

I have performed all over the world and I have received nothing but love from you all. At 78 years old, I thank the most high that I am still healthy and able to say farewell to you all – the right way,” he added.

According to the singer, the album, which is scheduled for release in April, will also have several featured artists.


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