Jo Mersa Marley Drops New Single
“Private Beach Party”

Jo Mersa releases new single off the All Natural Riddim and joins J Boog on U.S. Tour in 2017

Jo Mersa, grandson of Bob Marley and the eldest son of Stephen Marley, released his new single on January 13th 2016 titled Private Beach Party. He joins J Boog the Compton-born Samoan reggae artist on the road for a 2017 U.S. tour of more than 30 cities starting in California and heading across the nation before its full circle back to the Golden State. Listen to the new single “Private Beach Party” and see tour dates below.

Jo Mersa Marley

The sweet reggae music begins to play and the young Marley sings about getting together with his girl after eleven on a Sunday morning for a “Private Beach Party”. Jo delivers an authentic Lovers Rock vibe that makes you want to swing, sway, rock and dip. This song transports you to an instant vacation and a bright sunny day of joy with a loved one. Jo Mersa adds his unique voice in his rendition of the classic song performed by Gregory Isaacs  “The Cool Ruler” in 1985, on his album titled Private Beach Party which was produced by Augustus “Gussie” Clarke and released on Greensleeves records.

Private Beach Party by Jo Mersa on the All Natural Riddim
The All Natural Riddim produced by Stephen Marley rocks steady. This is the first single from the new riddim slated to be released February 27th 2017. Mersa is also slated to release his full-length debut later this year. Have a listen and let us know what you think.

Listen To Private Beach Party by Jo Mersa Marley

Jo Mersa Marley

Jo Mersa Marley eldest son of Stephen Marley
Jo born in Kingston, Jamaica March 12, 1991 has toured extensively in U.S. and Europe and released his debut EP Comfortable in 2014 on the Ghetto Youths International label.

Check out Jo Mersa performing in 2014 at SOBS in New York

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Jo Mersa Marley Tour Dates

 Jan 12 @ Observatory North Park in San Diego, CA
 Jan 13 @ The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA
 Jan 14 @ The Marquee in Temple, CA
 Jan 15 @ The Rock in Tucson, AZ
 Jan 16 @ Sunshine Theater in Albuquerque, NM
 Jan 18 @ Gas Monkey Live in Dallas, TX
 Jan 19 @ Empire Control Room and Garage in Austin, TX
 Jan 20 @ Paper Tiger in San Antonio, TX
 Jan 21 @ Tipitina’s in New Orleans, LA
 Jan 22 @ Vinyl Music Hall in Pensacola, FL
 Jan 25 @ Culture Room in Ft Lauderdale, FL
 Jan 26 @ The Social in Orlando, FL
 Jan 27 @ Ponte Vedra Concert Hall in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
 Jan 28 @ The Loft in Atlanta, GA
 Jan 31 @ The Hamilton in Washington, DC
 Feb 01 @ Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn, NY
 Feb 02 @ The Foundry at The Fillmore in Philadelphia, PA
 Feb 03 @ Brighton Music Hall in Allston, MA
 Feb 04 @ Higher Ground Ballroom in South Burlington, VT
 Feb 07 @ Bottom Lounge in Chicago, IL
 Feb 08 @ Turf Club in St Paul, MN
 Feb 10 @ Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, CO
 Feb 11 @ The Black Sheep in Colorado Springs, CO
 Feb 12 @ Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins, CO
 Feb 14 @ The Depot in Salt Lake City, UT
 Feb 16 @ Neptune Theatre in Seattle, WA
 Feb 17 @ Wonder Ballroom in Portland, OR
 Feb 18 @ The Oregon Winterfest in Bend, OR
 Feb 19 @ Ace of Spades in Sacramento, CA
 Feb 22 @ The Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo, CA
 Feb 23 @ The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, CA
 Feb 24 @ The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, CA
 Feb 25 @ The Novo in Los Angeles, CA

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