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Reggae singer Pato Banton’s résumé includes gigs with Peter Gabriel, the English Beat, and Sting. He even scored a college radio hit with a cover of the Police’s “Spirits in the Material World” in the early '90s. Seven years ago, he retreated from recording and touring to form a music program for disadvantaged kids in his native England. He’s now back on the road, performing tunes from a new album, Positive Vibrations, which will be released later this year. Los Angeles’ Mystic Roots Band backs Banton onstage when he plays tonight.
Tue., Jan. 30, 10 p.m.

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