Demo was very pleased to open for superstar reggae artist Tarrus Riley last month at the Union Nightclub in Los Angeles.
Coming up to the show he had rehearsals in Leimert Park and Burbank with his band, which included longtime-friend Lamour Evans on guitar and Novak on keyboard and backing vocals.
Leading up to the show, DJ Cool Ruler interviewed Demo on KJEE-FM. Winston “Cool Ruler” Bartley has been a great supporter and he was in attendance at the show. He was kind enough to provide a copy of the interview.
The venue was larger than Demo expected and he was happy to find the audience so receptive and welcoming. “I really wanted to give a good performance to the massive.”
Demo was thrilled to be in the presence of Dean Fraser and his Blacksoil Band, their manager/engineer Shane Browne, and of course, Tarrus Riley himself.
“Watching their professionalism on and off the stage was inspiring. I feel like I learned a lot.”
A video of highlights of Demo’s performance intercut with some exclusive, behind-the-scenes rehearsal footage is available on his website.
About Demo Delgado
An inspiring, charismatic reggae singer/songwriter from Kingston, Jamaica, Demo Delgado enjoyed an early career collaborating with star artists such as Sanchez and Wayne Wonder, writing and recording singles for Penthouse Records and touring the globe. He has matured into a solo artist with a powerful conscious message.