18 April 2024
The Majority and Eric Lee

Reggae group The Majority and singer-songwriter Eric Lee are slated to perform with Armed Forces Entertainment (AFE) as part of their annual Heat Wave summer concert series. The tour features seven shows between June 28 – July 6 at bases across the Pacific.

The Majority is a contemporary reggae band based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Pulling elements from R&B, pop, hip-hop, country and rock, they fuse all their influences to make “The Majority” sound. The group is comprised of Elan Markos, Kennedy King, Barry Black, Isak Lopez, Renaldo Elliott, and Matthew Honda, all of whom reside in Las Vegas but come from different Polynesian islands, including Hawaii and Samoa.

Eric Lee has been in the music business for more than 30 years, with more than 25 commercial releases to his credit, either as a solo artist or as a member of a group. His recordings and original compositions have earned him multiple Nā Hōkū Hanohano awards, along with being a finalist nominee for nearly every category during the course of his career.

Eric Lee’s repertoire spans many genres and styles, allowing him the freedom to entertain any audience, from a small, intimate club to a full theater. His peers have acknowledged Eric Lee’s knack to easily adapt to whomever he joins on any stage, making him an asset to anyone who may need a last-minute stand-in or a full production partner.

His travels have taken him through the state of Hawaii, the South Pacific, the continental United States, and many countries around the world, including China and Japan.

AFE has been committed to boosting the morale and well-being of service members and their families stationed overseas through world-class live events and performances since 1951.