Yellow Wall Dub Squad
Yellow Wall Dub Squad The Yellow Wall Dub Squad is the premiere original authentic roots reggae band comprised of Jamaican studio session musicians.

The band was formed by the late Fazal Prendergast along with reggae ambassador Amlak Tafari. Fazal, who passed away in a tragic car accident on April 1,2005— was an original recording sessions musician who had been recording since 1974 in Kingston, Jamaica, working at Rockers International backing the Augustus Pablo in Rockers Allstars Band - the first original Dub band ever created.

The Yellow Wall Dub Squad consists of original members Stevie Love on guitar (Jamaica) and Alton "Sandrum" Vanhorn on drums (Jamaica) along with Dane "Tazz" Cole on keyboards (Jamaica), Louis "Chelem" Roxburgh on bass (Jamaica), Dyrol "Chops" Randall on drums, Balboa Becker on trambone (USA), Daniel Casares (USA) and manager Robert Oyugi (East Africa).

The ensemble is continuously touring the country backing great artists such as The Mighty Diamonds, The Melodians, Judy Mowatt, Brigadier Jerry, Sister Carol, Sugar Minott, Sammy Dread, Half Pint, Yami Bolo, The Abyssinians, Tanya Stephens and the list goes on.

The band presents an eclectic mix of music from the rock steady, ska and rockers era.