Rock meets reggae with concert on the Green

Two bands of quite different genres will be coming together this evening to create a whole new musical experience.  

Organised by production company Music Republic, the concept concert will be headlined by world famous soft rock band Air Supply and Jamaica-based reggae band Third World. Along with several support bands they will be gracing the stage at Camana Bay’s Festival Green from 5.30pm onward on Friday, 12 July. 


Air Supply 

British-Australian duo Air Supply have sold more than 100 million albums since Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcok met in 1975. 

Their first single, “Lost in Love”, shot to the top of the charts and was named song of the year in 1980. It was quickly followed by “All Out of Love”, which provide equally successful.  

Having sold more than 20 million copies of their singles, Air Supply continues to play more than 150 shows a year at venues around the world.  


Third World 

Heavily influenced by The Wailers, Third World’s hits such as “Now That We’ve Found Love” and “Cool Meditation” were highly popular on both sides of the Atlantic in the 70s and 80s. 

Third World have performed with musical legends like Stevie Wonder and continue to record and perform. They are sure to be playing some of their best known 

Cayman will this evening have the opportunity to hear a performer who is widely regarded by critics as one of the most important talents to arrive on the music scene since Bob Marley. Chronixx will be entertaining audiences with a mix of roots reggae and world music.  


Brave Yesterday 

Originating from Jersey, in the Channel Islands, Brave Yesterday will have the crowd up and dancing to their fresh sound, influenced by The Killers, Snow Patrol and The Police. 

Home grown talents such as Stuart Wilson and the band Inverse will also be playing alongside these visiting artists. 


Tickets are available from all Reflections Locations, BJ’s Electronics and Bodden Town Texaco and online through 


Graham Russel and Russell Hitchcock of soft rock band Air Supply have been touring the world for more than 30 years.
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