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Jamaica State of Mind


For a guy who hasn’t even released a CD, Elan’s racked up quite a résumé: He sang with legendary reggae group the Wailers for two years, he opened for Santana on tour, and he backed Gwen Stefani on a soundtrack cut. The Los Angeles singer’s debut album, Together as One, comes out next month on No Doubt bassist’s Tony Kanal’s label. It’s a blend of R&B rhythms, Afrobeat, and traditional reggae.
Sat., April 8, 7 p.m.

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