|Jan 18, 2020||Nashville, TN||Island Vibes|
|Jan 19||Birmingham, AL||Zanzibar Grill|
|Jan 21||New York, NY||Sony Hall|
|Jan 23||Ithaca, NY||The Haunt|
|Jan 24||Norwalk, CT||Wall Street Theater|
|Jan 25||Burlington, VT||Club Metronome|
|Jan 27||Somerville, MA||Thunder Road|
|Jan 29||Raliegh, NC||Lincoln Theatre|
|Jan 30||Little Rock, AR||Revolution|
|Jan 31||Dallas, TX||Heroes Lounge|
|Feb 1||Houston, TX||Cool Runnings|
|Feb 9||Long Beach, CA||One Love Cali Reggae Fest|
About Half Pint
Half Pint’s diminutive stature belies not only his vocal capabilities but also camouflages his huge on-stage presence, often described as no less than explosive and dynamic. Born Lindon Roberts, but affectionately called Half Pint, he is a product of the West Kingston enclave of Rose Lane, a community in adjacent proximity to Trenchtown which has produced the likes of Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Peter Tosh, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Toots Hibbert and a host of other international Reggae superstars.
Half Pint began singing in the school choir at All Saints’ Primary School. Upon completion of his secondary education in 1976, he made a head-on thrust into Jamaica’s music industry. Pint toured the island with various sound systems including Black Scorpio, Jammys, Gemini, Lee’s Unlimited and Killimanjaro, earning respect along the way as a talented vocalist and performer. Lindon Roberts was sought by and subsequently worked with top producers such as Errol (John) Marshall; Errol (Myrie) Lewis; Prince (King) Jammy; the rhythm twins, Sly and Robbie; George Phang; Jack Scorpio, Bobby “Digital” Dixon and Mass Hugh to name a few. He also lent his vocal talent to local peers like Garnett Silk, Tony Rebel and The Tamlins among others.