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Freddie McGregor, the Grammy-nominated international reggae legend who has been performing since the '70s, is bringing his soulful rhythm to downtown Sacramento. The concert will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Queen Sheba's Ethiopian Restaurant on 1704 Broadway.
Originally from Clarendon, Jamaica, McGregor has sang, played and produced reggae music with many different styles throughout the years, including Rastafarian, lovers rock, ska and rocksteady. The height of his national recognition came in the early 1980s, when he released the hit song and album "Bobby Babylon." Other popular titles include "Big Ship," "Push Comes to Shove," "Just Don't Want to be Lonely" and "I was Born a Winner," among others.
The artist has released 35 albums, with the earliest, "Bobby Babylon," in 1979 and his most recent, "Mister Eudaric Riddim," put on shelves this year.
Queen Sheba's takes reservations, and contact information as well as details of the Ethiopian cuisine can be found at queenshebas.com