Culture are a Jamaican roots reggae group founded in 1976. Originally they were known as the African Disciples. The one constant member until his death in 2006 was Joseph Hill. The group formed in 1976 as the vocal trio of Joseph Hill (formerly a percussionist in Studio One house band the Soul Defenders), his cousin Albert “Ralph” Walker, and Roy “Kenneth” Dayes, initially using the name The African Disciples. Roy Dayes also used the name “Kenneth Paley”, which is the name that appears on the Culture records released by Virgin Records. The African Disciples soon changed their name to Culture.
“No Night” was released in 1997, a single off their “Trust me” album. And is one of their most popular songs.