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The Latest News, Hottest Riddims and Absent Friends

News Last month reggae lost another great musician. Legendary trombonist Rico Rodriguez died in London at age 80 on September 4th. Growing up between Jamaica and Cuba, he attended Kingston’s Alpha Boys School where he played trombone in the renowned school band. A contemporary of the late great trombone legend…
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The 15th Annual Reggae Marathon

Jamaica's Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Hon. Dr. Wykeham McNeill, will officially launch the 15th Annual Reggae Marathon. The Reggae Marathon, Half Marathon and 10K, one of the most important events on Jamaica’s international sporting calendar, will be held in Negril on Saturday, December 5, 2015. Runners and walkers from…
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Reggae141.com Stream Links WIll Be Changing

As of October 16th 2015, Reggae141.com will be moving our internet radio hosting services to a new Service Provider. This means that our current soon to be "old" streaming links will not be broadcasting any music. If you listen to Reggae141.com via Windows Media Guide or TuneIn, please note that…
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Reggae On The River Going Water Neutral

In an apparent music festival first, Reggae on the River organizers hope to make next year’s event – held annually at French’s Camp alongside the Eel River – a “water-neutral“ one. Mateel Community Center board president Garth Epling elaborated on the project on KHSU‘s The Home Page yesterday. “We’re building…
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New Reggae Anthology Released

VP Records’ vintage imprint 17 North Parade opens its vaults to present a new reggae anthology from one of the most influential Jamaican producers and businessmen Gussie Clarke. On Oct 9, 2015, 17 North Parade will release a comprehensive double-disc compilation From The Foundation, spanning Gussie Clarke’s catalog of hit…
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Highlighting Road Blocks of Reggae

AS a high-profile music business lawyer in the 1990s, Lloyd Stanbury was not afraid to let his views be known on the shortcomings of the Jamaican industry. Stanbury still has a lot to say, and he expresses his grouses and solutions in Reggae Roadblocks, his first book which he launched…
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