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Book On Reggae's Golden Age

LAST Thursday, Professor Mike Alleyne of Middle Tennessee State University launched his first book, The Encyclopedia of Reggae: The Golden Age of Roots Reggae at the University of the West Indies’ Mona campus. The England-born professor said the book — which has a foreword by drummer Sly Dunbar — was…
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Live Reggae At Costa Rica's Monkey Bar

For everyone that wants to hear some incredible tunes, head to Jaco this weekend for a great taste of reggae Saturday night, starting at 10 pm. There is no cover charge and Monkey Bar will have DJ Who-lio playing before and after the show. WATUSI is the original, “REGGAE /…
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Marcia Griffiths African Connection

Kwabena Nip emerged on the local scene with his smooth vocals over a single called Bloody River in 2011, and has since embarked on promotional tours in England and Africa. The artiste recently collaborated with veteran reggae singer Marcia Griffiths, but laments what he terms a lack of respect to…
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One Love Festival 2012

During its short but eventful five year history Dan Wiltshire's One Love Festival has survived repeated venue changes, unsympathetic authorities and rival promoters. This year the event faced battles with their site's owners, stringent noise regulations and a couple of artist no-shows, yet maintained its mix of good music and…
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The Popularity Of Reggae In Las Vegas

You can hear it from Henderson’s sleepy Water Street, the up-stroke of a wah-pedaled electric guitar, the off-beat skank of a keyboard, the rah-dah-dah-dat slaps of the congas, the calls of “Jah!” and “Brrrrrah!” rising into the night from the Henderson Events Plaza. Walking along the convention center’s brick walls,…
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