With a musical career spanning four decades, Israel Vibration are a rare relict from the golden heyday of roots reggae. The vocal trio met in a polio clinic at a young age and released classic albums like 'The Same Song' and 'Why Are You So Craven'. While Albert “Apple” Craig left the trio in 1997, Cecil “Skelly” Spence and Lascelle “Wiss” Bulgin nevertheless continued to perform and thrill roots reggae traditionalists around the globe with a new release every few years, often backed by their friends since 1988, the phenomenal Roots Radics band. The opening act is ska band Eastern Standard Time, with some of the best musicians from Washington D.C.