On July 18, 2019, the British singer Rag'n'Bone Man performed at the eighteenth edition of the international music festival Colors of Ostrava.
Prague – In addition to the previously announced group Maroon 5 and singers Gwen Stefaniová and Delta Goodramová, they will perform on June 21 in Prague's Letňany at the Prague Rocks II event. Rag'n'Bone Man and James Bay. The second part of this year's festival is focused on well-known artists of the musical mainstream. Domestic representatives in the program will be Vojtěch Dyk with the band D.Y.K. and the Lake Malawi group. The first part of Prague Rocks on June 2 will feature Motley Crüe and Def Leppard, as well as Czech rock band Kabát as a guest. Ondřej Pojzl informed ČTK about it on behalf of the organizing company Live Nation.
A native of East Sussex, England, Rory Graham, under the pseudonym Rag'n'Bone Man, became famous in 2016 with the release of the album Human, on which he presented a mixture of traditional blues and hip hop. Since his debut album, he has also collaborated with international artists including Gorillaz and singer Pink, who joined him on the single Anywhere Away From Here from his latest album Life By Misadventure.
“Rag'n'Bone Man was supposed to perform at Prague Rocks last year, but unfortunately he had to cancel his performance in Prague due to anti-pandemic measures,” noted Pojzl.
British singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer James Bay for his debut Chaos And The Calm from In 2015 he won the Brit Award for Best British Solo Artist. Since then, he recorded hits such as Hold Back The River, Let It Go or Peer Pressure and received numerous other awards. Among other things, he joined Mick Jagger in front of the Rolling Stones at Twickenham Stadium in London.
The Prague Rocks festival will take place for the fourth time. Ticket prices start at 1490 CZK. In recent years, bands such as Metallica, Kiss, singer Ozzy Osbourne and many others have performed at Prague's Letňany airport. More information can be found on Live Nation's website.