Throughout their career, House of David Gang has been known for their uplifting roots rock reggae sound, which pays homage to the classic 70's & 80 Jamaican sound mixed with a modern rootsy
Canadian feel. The band takes its name from The House of David, an afterhours spot on Queen Street West in Toronto that was a Rasta hotspot for reasoning, dancing and reggae music from the late 80s until the mid 90s.

After a hiatus in which lead singer King Selah went solo, the band re-energized in 2004 with a revamped line-up, touring relentlessly to clubs & festivals and building a strong grassroots following across Canada. Emerging from bass player/producer Snappy Homefry's Playhouse Studios--after collaborations with over 20 musicians from Canada’s reggae community and with the wisdom of 20 years of songwriting, performing and recording--House of David Gang recently released their finest album yet:Reggae Warrior on Records.

DJs Grab the Single "Good To Be Loved" featuring searing saxophone solo of I-Sax (Canada's Dean Fraser)

Watch the band perform "Rain" live on CityTV's Breakfast Television.

"One of the most interesting reggae bands in the country" - Matt Galloway, CBC Radio Host 
"Irie classic reggae sound with uplifting lyrics. Ya mon! It gets my approval!"
 Carl Harvey, Producer/Guitarist for Toots & Maytals 
"Canada's #1 Roots Reggae Orchestra" - Reggae Festival Guide

HODG tall flyers


Fri. Feb. 8: Van Gogh's Ear, Guelph, ON w/ DJ Nicky Dread
Sat. Feb. 9: Lee's Palace, Toronto, ON w/ Dub Connection, Melodic Yoza, DJ Chocolate, Patrick Roots and more
Wed. Feb. 13: L'Alize, Montreal, PQ w/ King Shadrock
Thurs. Feb. 14: Capitol, Fredericton, NB w/ Big Love
Fri. Feb. 15: Seahorse, Halifax, NS w/ Compassion Hifi and guest Andru Branch
Sat. Feb. 16: Plan B, Moncton, NB (matinee)
Sat. Feb. 16: Pepper's Pub, Saint John, NB
Sun. Feb. 17: Co-Operative, Quebec, PQ

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