Roots Revealers
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Roots Revealers


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The contrasting voices of brothers Chris and Josh Mundahl creates an authentic blend that transcend their roots to a genre of music they came to know and love called Reggae. In 2005 Reggae duo Chris and Josh founded Roots Revealers base in Texas USA they visited Jamaica for the first time with a friend and producer called Steve. The trip was an inspiration to the duo as they got a first hand view and feel of what the home of Reggae music is like, they even got a chance to perform on Spring Break in Negril. They recorded a few tracks such as ‘Balance and Level” featuring Fantan Mojah and “Babylon Crumbling”

While in Jamaica they met musician, the late Pele Manning and from the first introduction both agreed to work together. Pele introduced them to his brother Judia and as faith would have it, later that year Roots Revealers were on a flight to Louisiana to meet with Pele and Judia both musician and sons of Donald Manning of the Abyssinian. Both Pele and Judia were in Louisiana playing at a festival for the Abyssinians, the meeting was to finalize arrangements for recording an album.

In 2008 Roots Revealers returned to Jamaica to record a couple of tracks for their album, already pleased with the level of work produced by the Manning Family, Chris and Josh Mundehl, Pele, Judia and Andrew Manning formed Family House Music Label.
Under the stewardship of Judia Manning, Roots Revealers began recording materials for their album almost immediately. They recorded singles such as “Dancehall Vibes” with the Tamlins, “No More Killing” featuring Sizzla Kalonji, “Freedom of Speech” with Turbulence and featured on “Weh Dem a Try” by Vybz Kartel. The trip also provided them the opportunity to enter and win first place in a highly competitive, island-wide talent search, the Art of Music Initiative at the Decks in Kingston. They also performed at the Air Jamaica Jazz and Blues Fest in Montego Bay and Beenie Man Sizzle at the National Stadium in Kingston to over 15,000 patrons in attendance.

The album “Sweet Jamaica” was completed in June of 2009 and right there after they was again granted an opportunity to tour the US with Etana and the Abyssinians throughout the month until the end of July, performing in over 20 clubs, the Sierra Nevada World Music Festival and Reggae on the River in Northern California. “Sweetie” the first single from the album and collaboration with popular Reggae artiste Chaka Demus, quickly became a popular song and got much airplay in Jamaica, which eventually prompts management’s decision to produce a music video to further enhance its popularity.

In August of 2009 the video was shot on location in Kingston by Video Director Nordia Rose and featured popular local actor Carl Bradshaw. As part of a planned promotional campaign to enhance the single and music video popularity in Jamaica, Roots Revealers appeared as guests on popular local cable channel Hype TV “Up and Live” programme where they were not only interviewed but performed live for thousands of HYPE TV viewers.

With the album released the focus is to promote, the duo hope to perform on a few US and European festivals in 2010 as well as make “Sweetie” a hit single in Jamaica.