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Reggae Concert For Cancer Charity

A concert will bring together local and international musicians to raise money for charity next month. International reggae singers Tarrus Riley, Cocoa Tea and Etna will take the state at National Sports Centre with local artists including Jesse Seymour, King Juris and Juggling Jason as part of an event to…
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The Juno Awards

The Juno Awards-an event considered to be Canada's most prestigious affair honouring the music industry has nominated reggae sensation, Lyndon John for the third time in eight years. An approximate 20-minute drive north from Seaforth up Highway 12 in the small rural town of Brussels, John resides with his wife…
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A Taste Of Reggae And Ska

BIG Jamaican dance sounds will fill Alfred Deakin Place this Friday night as the City of Ballarat kicks off its annual Backyard Tasters events. Hot on the heels of January’s Summer Sundays music chill session at the Ballarat Botanical Gardens, Backyard Tasters promises to deliver free music and art as…
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Reggae Inspired PSA About Zika Virus Protection

Reggae was the inspiration for a government PSA video about Zika virus in Jamaica The mosquito-borne virus is spreading rapidly through the American continent and the Caribbean. But Jamaica still had some fun telling people how to keep mosquitoes out of their homes. Fun aside, the CDC believes the virus…
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