JFK & The Conspirators

JFK & The Conspirators

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Unparalleled Canadian born and bred reggae from Winnipeg, Canada. JFK & The Conspirators have been blowing audiences away with their intense styles of reggae, dubwise, dancehall and lover's rock for over 10 years.

Biography

Potentially the longest running and quality ska and reggae act in Canada, JFK & The Conspirators have recharged the batteries and are on the take. After huge success with their 1998 release “Mayor of Ganja City” (Stomp Records), JFK (Dave Adams) moved to Montreal to join the legendary Kingpins. In 2002 he returned to Peg City, ska capital of Canada, picked up some of the best reggae and ska players in town, and in June 2004, released “Mash up the Dance.” The new album has received amazing reviews and has charted all over the country.

With recent appearances at the Montreal Jazz Festival, the Jazz Winnipeg Festival, The Victoria Ska Festival, Canadian Music Week, NXNE and the Calgary Reggae Festival, The Conspirators are becoming a crowd favorite. Currently, JFK & The Conspirators have been performing double-duty, backing up Stubborn Record’s recording artists King Django. Look for JFK and the Conspirators all over North America in 2006!

Discography

Mayor of Ganja City (1998)
Clash of the Titans (2002)
Mash up th Dance (2004)

Set List

Sets are 45mins to 60mins in Length.
Capable of 3 set performances