Dancehall Classics with DJ T-Roy’s Bayou International Sound System


May 25, 2016 @ 11:00 PM America/Chicago Timezone
The Dragon's Den
435 Esplanade Ave
New Orleans, LA 70116
Dancehall Classics with DJ T-Roy's Bayou International Sound System @ The Dragon's Den | New Orleans | Louisiana | United States

Come check out DJ T-Roy’s Bayou International Sound System every Wednesday night @ Dragon’s Den for one of New Orleans hottest Reggae/Dancehall dance parties. DJ T-Roy & Bayou International spins the latest reggae & dancehall fresh outta Kingston J.A., NYC, & Europe. Reggae/Dancehall is constantly changing and evolving. We are known for keeping up with today’s trends as well as dropping & revering the classics /foundation. M.C. Jean Bonton holds down the mic & hypes up the crowd, while DJ Hooligan waits on deck. Throughout the night you will hear vintage reggae classics, rub a dub , dancehall classics, new reggae & new dancehall. Bayou International Sound System lives by, specializes in, eats & sleeps, walks & talks reggae music. We are very in touch with what is going on around the world in the reggae scene (JA, NYC, LA, LONDON etc) and on the reggae charts. The reggae scene is truly international nowadays. Hit reggae music is being created from many countries around the world. We are inspired by classic sound systems like Studio One, Jah Shaka & David Rodigan ; also by modern sound systems like Stone Love, Mighty Crown & Sentinel. We take our place as one of New Orleans first true reggae sound systems. We make specialized dubplates, record original music and throw weekly dances that are off the charts in longevity of residence & attendance alone. T-Roy has been a serious student of reggae music for well over a decade now. We are committed to presenting quality music to the community of New Orleans. We promote JAH, Rastafari culture , reggae music, positivity, nonviolence & righteousness while also entertaining the massive with dance music. We want people to be able to come to the dance and relax, destress, get turned on to new music, learn something, have fun and dance. Remember, most of what we play cannot be heard on the radio here in New Orleans today. Come beginning at 11PM & listen!