Bambu Station, originally founded in 1996 by lead singer Jalani Horton, reached global acclaim with their heart-stirring compilation Bambu Station Studio presents: Talkinâ Roots I. This album earned the distinction of âCompilation of the Year 2002â by Ireggae.com. Bambu Station quickly followed this heralded release with the release of One Day, an album Creation Steppin' Radio called the âAlbum of the Yearâ in 2003. The D.C. Annual Reggae Awards selected One Day as âAlbum of the Year 2003,â the song âOne Dayâ as âSong of the Year 2003,â and Bambu Station as âProducer of the Year 2003â. Such excitement and attention generated throngs of new fans for this small band hailing from the humble Caribbean isles of St. Croix and St. Thomas.
The band released Talkinâ Roots II in the first week of February 2005, and the follow-up to their 2003 release, One Day, in the summer of 2006 - Break the Soil. Regionally, Break the Soil received âAlbum of the Yearâ honors on WNCW's Dubatomic Particles, and afforded Bambu Station bookings across the world - from Asheville, NC to California to Israel to the largest European reggae festivals and beyond.
Bambu Station is now recording and gearing up to once again broadcast live across Planet Earth ...
150 Eastside Drive
Black Mountain, NC 28711
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