Ram Jam David back at Roadmender

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David ‘Ram Jam’ Rodigan headlines The Roadmender on Saturday night.

For more than 30 years, Rodigan has been at the top of Britain’s bass reggae scene.

He began his reggae broadcasting career in 1978 on BBC Radio London before moving to Capital Radio where he remained for 11 years broadcasting his legendary Roots Rockers show every Saturday night.

In 1984 he joined the British Forces Broadcasting Service where he broadcast his weekly reggae show for 25 years until 2009.

He joined the newly legalised Kiss 100 in 1990 where he presented a variety of daytime shows for 10 years.

In 2006 he was inducted into the Sony Radio Academy Hall Of Fame and also won the Sony Radio Academy Gold Award for Best Specialist Music Programme in 2009 for his Sunday night Kiss Show Rodigan’s Reggae.

Support is by Inspiration FM DJs Jah Troopers, Lady K, Cherokee and Mystery.

The second room at the venue will be playing old skool garage, jungle and funky house.

Doors open at 10pm and the night runs until 3am.

Advance tickets cost from £10 with VIP tickets available

For more information visit http://theroadmender.com.