Live Your Dreams
Rock Reggae track released October 2015 featuring an intro by Barack Obama eulogizing about the value of following your dream.
We put Barrack Obama on our new single because he is a man of principle who has achieved much for many of his citizens: introducing Americans to heath care for all while supporting industries in crisis and encouraging entrepreneurs and innovation. He has reduced global conflict ending years of hostility towards Cuba. He has promoted environmental awareness and responsibility. He’s had to battle with the traditionalists but that did not deter him from achieving his dream.
We say Live your Dreams! but you can only do that if you live in a world where there is a fair distribution of wealth and opportunity. Everyone with determination should be able to raise a family, enjoy this world and be safe and secure. It should not depend on who you know, whether you went to a private school or how much money your family has.
The Papers music is unique drawing on the love in Reggae, the energy of Rock and the fun in Pop. Our views are uncompromising. Our approach is love the world and enjoy your life. Live Your Dreams!!
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Exeter RESPECT festival CANCELLED!!
Exeter RESPECT festival, Belmont Park, Exeter, DEVON
On Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th June 2019 Exeter sprang to life once again in the beautiful grounds of Belmont Park to the sounds of world music & dance at The Respect Festival. Now part of ‘Exeter Live Better’, the family friendly festival celebrated it’s 22nd year with a theme of ethnic diversity marking 25 years since the end of apartheid in South Africa.
Writing and Recording
Writing and Recording, Belgium, Ghent
We'll be spending some time off the road writing new material during Jan/Feb 2018. Sign up to stay up to date x
Summer Carnivali! with The Papers
The Phoenix Arts Centre, Bradninch Place, Gandy Street, Exeter, Devon
All language students welcome. A concert for the young and those with a positive outlook of Europe and the world.
£10 Advance £8 Concessions £6 Student