Natty Wailer – Destiny


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Natty Wailer, years in the making, is from and inspired by the old school Reggae of the legendary Bob Marley and the Wailers. Natty recorded and toured with Bob Marley and the Wailers as a keyboard player for over nine years. Natty recorded numerous albums with Bob Marley. During the same period, Natty was also playing and recording with Aston “Family man” Barrett. You will find his name Ian Wynter (often mispelt Winter) on some of his albums such as “Familyman in Dub” and “Cobra Style”. Ian Wynter wrote and voiced The Wailers Tuff Gong 7″ ‘Work’. This track was backed by The Wailers instrumental ‘Guided Missile’. Both sides produced by Family Man. Furthermore, Natty has recorded with many legendary artists and bands such as Dennis Brown, King Tubby, Lival Thompson, Johnny Clarke, Earl Chinna Smith, Barbara Paige, The Uniques and more. You will also find his name on the superbe “Bob Marley and the Wailers complete discography” by Roger Steffens, a Reggae bible for all of us! As a result, he has learnt the music trade to the extent of adapting the formula for making good music and for being a superb show man while spreading the importance of history and culture. After leaving the Wailers in 2000, he found his own entourage “Natty Wailer and the Reggae Vibes” with the main purpose of continuing this tradition. Subsequently, this is not just a musical career that he seeks to project but to pursue as the wider purpose of multiculturalism. He feels the need to contribute ultimately to world peace through music and culture. This indigenous music known as Reggae has the ability to bring all cultures and people together in a common way. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Since he migrated to Ireland in 2000 after the launching of his then new CD “Lifted”, he has done numerous live performances including festivals with his band “Natty Wailer and the Reggae Vibes” and has done many workshops and charities with his acoustic Reggae. Moreover, Natty Wailer has worked with Irish local bands such as “Breag” (Belfast based reggae band). He’s recently done some work with the multicultural group Sean Agus Noa who made the album Eagsulacht (2007) featuring 65 Galway based musicians from 20 diverse ethnic groups as a celebration of Ireland’s cultural diversity of which he composed and recorded a track titled “Let’s come together”. You can also hear Natty Wailer’s vocals on the song “Country Life”, by Australian Dub/Reggae band “Secret Masters” from their album “Words, Power, Sound”. Natty Wailer’s song “Lift Your Spirits” was also selected by reggae producer Adrian Sherwood for the soundtrack of the movie “Johnny Was” and also featured on the compilation of the Festival of World Cultures 2009! Natty has been touring Ireland this year while playing at most well known Music venues such as the Roisin Dubh (Galway), the An Grianan Theatre (Letterkenny), the Cranelane Theatre (Cork), Sandinos (Derry) and at the Button Factory (Dublin) where he’s recently been singing and playing keyboards on a few Bob Marley’s songs with the legendary Wailers and Aston “Familyman” Barrett as their Special guest. He was also headlining at major festivals with great reviews in 2009 (the Electric Picnic Festival/Trenchtown Village, Festival of World Cultures, Bray Summerfestival, Cork Jazz Festival, the Earagail Arts Festival (Letterkenny), Blues on the Bay Festival (Warrenpoint), Derry Maiden City Festival, and more. Natty Wailer is now ready to launch his long awaited album ,,,DESTINY,,, to be free