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"Things can get tough on the road," Nesbeth tells British media "but it's always a joy to perform"

After giving a good account of himself at several major festivals throughout Europe including Germany's Reggae Jam and Reggae Geel in Belgium, Rastafarian singer Nesbeth continues to find favour with reggae lovers across that continent.

Kicking off the second leg of his tour in the United Kingdom the Jamaican crooner tasted the victory he seek from his performances. According to a release Nesbeth, during a performance in London at the popular Club Bar A Bar, received rousing applause from fans singing the riveting "Board House" street anthem. The roots reggae artiste was awash with bountiful adulations of appreciation for the positive messages of love and inspiration interspersed with stories about the joy and perils of life during his energized thirty minutes set .

Speaking with members of the British media following that performance, Nesbeth explained what touring has been for him, "tour life is not easy, things can get very tough on the road especially with the constant change of climate but its always a joy to perform for the people. It's moments like this that make it all worthwhile, I really enjoyed the show."

Currently doing a media blitz to promote his 5 track "Taste Victory" EP, Nesbeth's next performance stop will be at the Hootananny Brixton Thursday August 27, followed by The Bedford on Saturday, August 29 and the much publicized London Carnival Monday, August 31.