By Harriet Ernstsons 24/05 Updated: 24/05 18:27
BIRMINGHAM reggae pop sensations Musical Youth return to the stage on Friday, June 1, at Redditch’s Palace Theatre.
The group hit the number one spot in the charts in 1982 with Pass The Dutchie, which also became reggae music’s first top ten hit in the USA.
Hits kept coming for the next three years as they toured and travelled through the world, making friends with Michael Jackson and having a song written especially for them by Stevie Wonder.
In 1985, the group disappeared from the pop scene but front men Dennis Seaton and Michael Grant have been recording and producing a new show for the past two years.
The 7.30pm show features new version of songs recorded by their peers which influenced them in the ten years leading up to Pass The Dutchie.
Tickets costing £12 (£11) are available from www.redditchpalacetheatre.co.uk or by calling 01527 65203.
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