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Reggae singer J Boog to perform at Knitting Factory in February

J Boog’s “Rose Petals” EP, which features Snoop Dogg and Stephen Marley, received a nomination for best reggae album at the Grammys last year. (Steady Jenny Photography)
J Boog’s “Rose Petals” EP, which features Snoop Dogg and Stephen Marley, received a nomination for best reggae album at the Grammys last year. (Steady Jenny Photography)

Long Beach, California-born, Compton-raised reggae singer J Boog has announced a Feb. 16 show at the Knitting Factory as part of his “Rose Petals” winter tour.

J Boog burst onto the scene in 2007 with his debut album “Hear Me Roar,” which he followed up in 2011 with “Backyard Boogie.”

“Backyard Boogie” earned J Boog the Best Entertainer award at the 2010 International Reggae and World Music Awards, and the next year, he released an EP called “Live Up” and a mixtape with Diamond Supply Co.

He released the “Rose Petals” EP in 2016. The EP, which features Snoop Dogg and Stephen Marley, received a nomination for best reggae album at the Grammys last year.

J Boog released his latest album, “Wash House Ting,” in 2016.

Earthkry and Eddy Dyno will join J Boog at the show.

Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 the day of the show. Tickets are available by calling (866) 468-7623 or at www.ticketweb.com or www.sp.knittingfactory.com.

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