Lee Scratch Perry is a Jamaican singer-songwriter and musician hailing from Kendal.
Born in 1936, he is recognised as a pioneer of dub music and the development of reggae, having worked with the likes of Bob Marley amongst other iconic names. Over the years, Perry has released countless records, singles, and collections both as a solo artist and alongside his band The Upsetters, and of course he collaborated with some of reggae, ska, and dubs biggest names too.
He heads to the UK and Ireland in March 2016. Check here to find tickets through Stereoboard.