John H. Lennon Music Presents Tour Showcase W/ Leslie L. Level, Head Redme & Maverick

The best in 50s/60s R&B, Reggae, Rock/Pop is coming your way courtesy of John H. Lennon Music’s Tour Showcase June 3, 2010 at the Vola Nightclub in Toronto, Ontario. This spectacular night of entertainment will feature Jamaican artists Maverick, Head Redme and Leslie L. Level.

Maverick is a singer, composer, author, promoter, and recording artist, born in St. Catherine, Jamaica. His musical career began at the early age of 12 when he started doing school concerts, and later he became a regular on Radio Jamaica’s Saturday morning children’s programme called Lannamans Children Corner. At 16 he won the Island Junior Festival Contest and went on to win the same for the next two consecutive years, during which time he studied piano with private teachers. Maverick has worked with such artists as Byron Lee and Dragonairs, Jimmy Cliff, Alton Ellis, Delroy Wilson, Bob Marley and the Wailers, John Holt, Joe Higgs, and Tony Gregory.

Head Redme has released his most recent EP excerpted from his upcoming classic rock/reggae CD DVD album entitled Inferiority Complex which is arranged in the sweet sounds of Reggae/Smooth Jazz, and Rub-a-Dub style. A video for the single track entitled “Last Night” is in the works. Head Redme performs drums, guitar and vocals in nightclubs and theater productions located in Canada and U.S.

A prolific composer, Head is an institution in the reggae experience and works with members of Messanjah (Tony King, Tony Campbell) as well as other Toronto based talent. Head’s single from his August 2005 release, “We’re All Alone” received airplay in the Montreal, Quebec market, as well as receiving numerous downloads in the UK, USA, Japan, and the W.I. territories. The self-produced twenty-four (24) song CD DVD compilation album that includes various artists is available at HMV. Head RedMe recently signed a U.S. publishing deal with Nashville, TN based Shadow Mountain Music group and a promotion deal with RCI Music Promotion, Inc.

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Head Redmeís producer of over 70 songs and publisher of three albums is renowned in publishing circles of the music industry working in conjunction with JOHN H. LENNON MUSIC, a management, publishing and recording company that represents singers, producers, writers and music arrangers.

R&B singer Leslie L. Level continues his musical career in Canada with an extensive list of recording, producing, writing and performing credits. L. Level delivers a unique blend of reggae, soul and R&B to nightclubs, massive Toronto Caribana crowds and prime opening slots with legendary artists Percy Sledge and Dorothy Moore. Level’s latest single is a remake of the classic “Don’t Play That Song (You Lied)” originally a #2 R&B hit for soul singer Ben E. King in 1962 and in 1970 Aretha Franklin recorded it and took it to #1.

Another popular song for Level is “MixUp MixUp” “Jamaica is my roots, yet I’m strongly influenced by the R&B world,” explains Level, “I love all forms of music like calypso, salsa, soul, everything, so I sing ‘don’t tell me that I’m mixup mixup if I sing reggae music, because that’s the music of my roots; Don’t tell me that I’m mixup mixup if I sing soca music, don’t tell me that im mixup mixup if I sing you country music, can’t you see that I’m a country boy; don’t tell me that I’m mixup mixup if I sing you sweet soul music, because that’s for all lovers”

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With these three talented performers, audience’s best prepare to dance all night when they hit the stage at Vola Nightclub on June 3rd.


The first 30 people at the door before 8:30pm will receive free cds from Leslie L. Level and Head Redme

The two best dressed couple wins one free bottle of champagne

10% of this tour showcase goes to the Haiti Crisis

For Toronto tickets or call 1-888-222-6608 or 1-800-951-0044

Advance Admission $20 / Tickets at the door $30 Info Line 416-962-5000 ir 416-596-8400

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