It is during March 1983 that Peter Tosh takes his Mama Africa global tour to Australia and New Zealand. Here is a listing of the Australian dates and venues to the best of our knowledge: MARCH 10 HORDERN PAVILLION SYDNEY AUSTRALIA MARCH… Continue Reading
Peter Tosh performs “Mama Africa” on German television October 10, 1983 (toggle to 4:30).
The following review of the massive outdoor festival, held primarily for U.S. troops abroad, was published in the U.S. military newspaper ‘Stars and Stripes’ on August 25, 1983: Darmstadt, 1983
The following interview appeared in the Winnipeg Free Press on August 5, 1983, several days before Tosh is scheduled to play the Winnipeg Centennial Concert Hall.
The following article was published in Reggae Report in 1993. The article, written by Leroy Mattis, describes his 1976 reasoning with Peter Tosh. Give thanks to MIDNIGHT RAVER BLOG contributor Timos Klingman for sharing. CLICK THE ARTICLE TO READ ON ISSUU
The MIDNIGHT RAVER BLOG has confirmed the following dates for the 1983 Mama Africa Tour. These dates were previously undocumented. MARCH XX LOS ANGELES, CA, USA MARCH XX MIAMI, FL, USA MARCH XX HAWAII, HI, USA MARCH 11 HORDERN PAVILION… Continue Reading
It appears, without question, that the existing tour venues and dates archive for Peter Tosh contains significant errors and inaccuracies. This is why we here at the MIDNIGHT RAVER BLOG continue to conduct extensive research in an effort to correct some of the errors… Continue Reading
PETER TOSH INTERVIEW, LOS ANGELES, 1983 by Eric Olsen August, 1983: Peter Tosh was the most popular reggae singer in the world (Bob Marley was dead). His credentials were myriad and impeccable. He was a founding member of the Wailers… Continue Reading
From July 6 to 22 and for the first time, a whole night is dedicated to Reggae. The shows were quickly sold out for Dennis Brown, Steel Pulse and Peter Tosh. The program also includes music from Brazil with Elis… Continue Reading