A legend of the music industry for 50 years, Jimmy Cliff is touring Australia following the release of his new album 'REBIRTH' this year.November 16, 2012 2:07pm
With a legacy stretching back nearly 50 years, the Honourable Jimmy Cliff is still standing as one of the prime movers and continuing shapers of modern music.
With a catalog that ranks among the most influential in global culture, Cliff remains a forceful voice of power and conscience, creating new music as vital and vibrant as ever.
Teamed with producer Tim Armstrong - the Rancid front man who has cited Cliff as his most admired artist - Cliff is working on his first new album in seven years, a set which builds on his unparalleled history and points to a wide-open future.
Cliff´s new studio album, ‘REBIRTH’, was released on July 17, 2012 on Universal, and has already garnered very favourable reviews.
Cliff has just finished a successful European summer tour in July and August 2012 and is currently working on setting up a tour in southeast Asia/Australia/New Zealand in early 2013.
To check out Jimmy Cliff before he takes to the Deniliquin stage, visit his youtube channel link http://www.youtube.com/user/JimmyCliffVEVO.
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