The House of Marley Supporting it’s Supporters at the 2011 Australasian World Music Expo

The House of Marley Australia will be supporting Blue King Brown and Katchafire in their involvement at the Australasian World Music Expo (AWME) through on-ground bloggers and live-feed communication with the bands.

Running from Thursday 18 – Sunday 20 November, The House of Marley International VP, Paul Harrison, believes being involved in an event like this is a natural fit to the brand and everything that it stands for.

“We are so proud to be part of this world-class event and to show support to our Supporters of the Cause whilst they showcase their talents to the world stage” Mr Harrison said. “Since our Australian launch in September, we have received tremendous love and respect from these very talented artists who’s musical endeavors move and inspire the world for positive change.”

“We will be there (at AWME) to spread the word of the House of Marley and grow the movement for 1love.org

House of Marley Supporters Blue King Brown and Katchafire will join international artists such as The Congos, Mad Professor, The Dynamites, Irations Steppas and Stone Love in the AWME lineup that aims to foster stronger relationships with music industry both nationally and from around the globe.

Following these Supporters throughout the expo and sharing a unique and exclusive look at the artists’ experiences, The House of Marley will be taking music lovers behind the scenes of this intimate event through blogs, vlogs and twitter real-time updates capturing everything from the series of showcase performances and industry forums through to the conference sessions and invite only final evening.

Other Supporters involved in the AWME include Mista Savona playing with The Congos, Nicky Bomba playing with the Melbourne SKA Orchestra and Stranger Cole and Styka-D the mind behind the Heartical HiFi project and Chantdown sounds’ Jessi I and Ras Crucial

Weekend festival delegate passes are now available online. The weekend pass enables access to all concerts, film program, workshops and conference sessions subject to capacity.

More information is available at the AWME website, www.awme.com.au.