Misty in Roots are a British roots reggae band formed in Southall, London in the mid 1970s. Their first album was 1979's Live at the Counter Eurovision, a record full of Rastafarian songs. It was championed by BBC Radio 1 DJ John Peel, helping to bring roots reggae to a white audience. At this early stage, the band was a collective with five lead singers and various musicians, though by the time of the second album proper the band had slimmed down to just three members. Along with Steel Pulse, Aswad, Matumbi, Cimarons and Black Slate, Misty in Roots were one of the most popular English reggae bands of the late 1970s. Wikipedia
Misty in Roots is a member of the following lists: Real World artists, Black British musicians, English Rastafarians, Reggae stubs, Musical groups from London, United Kingdom musical group stubs, Performers of Rastafarian music, British reggae musical groups, Real World Records artists and British celebrities.
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