California Roots Festival Announce "Cali Roots Radio" Show On SiriusXM Hosted By Rebelution's Eric Rachmany

MONTEREY, CA – Eric Rachmany of the Grammy-nominated reggae-rock group, Rebelution has been tapped in to host California Roots Music & Arts Festival‘s SiriusXM radio show Cali Roots Radio.

Cali Roots Radio will debut on SiriusXM’s The Joint channel on Friday (May 3). The west coast-based programming will highlight America’s massive reggae scene as well as the Cali Roots Festival itself.

In a press release, SiriusXM Director of Music Programming Pat McKay states, “I love that the festival I was immediately impressed with years ago will be represented each week with the new show: Cali Roots Radio, coming to SiriusXM’s The Joint channel. We are excited to bring SiriusXM listeners nationwide the reggae music of the Cali Roots Festival with none other than Rebelution’s Eric Rachmany.”

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The fest’s co-producer Dan Sheehan adds, “We are very honored to partner with SiriusXM and The Joint to showcase what the Cali Roots movement embodies to their listeners.”

California Roots Music & Arts Festival will be celebrating 10 years at the historic Monterey County Fair and Event Center from May 24 through May 26.

The lineup is set to include Cypress Hill, Atmosphere, Slightly Stoopid and Common Kings, among others. Rebelution is slated to close out the final night.

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