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Marley Family Looking For A New Reggae Star

Think you’ve got what it takes to be reggae’s next big thing? Let reggae’s royal family be the judge of that. Bob Marley’s family has launched “Marley’s Music Uprising,” a contest to discover the next great artist inspired by reggae and influenced by the legendary Jamaican icon. The contest is…
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Tek Di Pressure Off

Conscious Bajan reggae sensation Lady Virtue has teamed up with reggae great Luciano for her latest single 'Tek Di Pressure Off', a social commentary focused on the pressures faced by poor people in developing Caribbean countries. Tek Di Pressure Off looks at the relationships between politicians and the people. It…
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Live Reggae In Montgomery

That reggae band that’s been playing at the Blue Dog Pub in Towamencin since October is called Fulljoy. The name, says guitarist Mark Cosgrove, is a nod to Jamaican patois. “When the Jamaicans say ‘enjoy,’ it sounds like ‘end joy,’ and they don’t want to end joy,” he said. Cosgrove…
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Reggae Producer Harry Johnson Dies

Harry Johnson, a Jamaican musician and reggae producer whose studio was a popular hangout for artists including Bob Marley and Mick Jagger, has died. He was 67. Daughter Tara Johnson said Friday that her father died at a hospital in western Jamaica on Wednesday after a long battle with diabetes.…
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The Indifferent Marley Grammy Tribute Explanation

DAMIAN 'Junior Gong' Marley has given an explanation for the indifferent Bob Marley tribute at the February 10 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. The segment, which featured American pop artiste Bruno Mars, rock icon Sting, pop singer Rihanna along with Ziggy and Damian Marley, drew mixed reaction.
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The Harder They Come Reggae Love Affair

In 1973, Peter Simon saw the movie The Harder They Come and the indelible impact that the movie had on him sparked what was to become a lifelong relationship between Simon and the Jamaican culture - particularly reggae music and musicians. Having become bored with American music, which he described…
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