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Daddy Teacha (Teacha) ranks as one of the UK's pioneer 'Nu Roots' vocalists.
Starting out in the UK, with Midlands Sound System 'Turbo Charge' in the late 1970's and early
80's he cemented his reputation by recording with seminal Dub outfit Alpha & Omega.
In the early 1990's, Teacha earned 'Time Out' magazines comparison with
early Black Uruhu.
By voicing an A&O riddim and creating 'David and Goliath' (A&O- Everyday Life LP), together
they established a UK Roots and Dub classic, and since recorded a series of other works and
Teacha has completed a tour of Germany, with Gentleman, A&O and the German band
His many appearances and performances include The Heineken Festival, major Universties
across the Uk, Glastonbury Festival of Performing Arts, where he has also
presented the Daddy Teacha Reggae Show, for the official festival radio stations
Radio Avalon and the later replacement station Worthy Fm for many festivals.
Teacha's extensive international performances have seen him on stage in Montego Bay and
Negril (Jamaica), the Canary Islands, Canada, Mexico, Poland, Sweden, France and Germany.
Other recordings with artists and labels include:
Gentleman (Hypocrites and Parasites)
The Uptones (No More War)
Tanty Records (Dutchie pot Dub)
OSS Records (Rally Round & Jah Soldier)
Amazon Nuziks (Miss Cassie Allstars) and
King Dub (Dub Class & Vanity)
He has enjoyed airplay on BBC Radio One, BBC Radio 4, BBC 6 Music, Kiss Fm,
received top ten play listings with two German radio stations, as well as
airplay and interviews for many other national and international broadcasters.
Teacha has performed alongside/supported many highly acclaimed reggae acts, such as
The Mighty Diamonds, The Abyssinians, Julian Marley, Sly and Robbie,
Mad Professor, Gentleman, Pato Banton, Aswad, John Mclean, UK Apache, Sugar Minott,
The Heptones, Desmond Decker, Burning Spear, Macka B, Alpha & Omega,
The Rooticals, The Di Iries, Iration Steppas, Don Letts, and the Disciples to name but a few.
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