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14 February 2014 Written by

Bob Marley's Song For Children

Bob Marley made plenty of music that lends itself to a feel-good kids’ show.Consider the lyrics: “Every little thing is gonna be all right”; “Let’s get together and feel all right”; “I shot the sheriff.” O.K., maybe that last one is a little mature for toddlers, and that’s surely why,…

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Ziggy Marley was one of the early winners yesterday at the 56th annual Grammy Awards. Marley won in the category of Best Reggae Album for his effort, Ziggy Marley In Concert (Tuff Gong Worldwide label). In an interview with The Gleaner shortly after the announcement was made, Marley said, "We…

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Chronixx is one of the biggest new artists in reggae, as well as part of a younger generation of Jamaican musicians who give old-school sounds a fresh take. Live bands. Soulful music. Substantive lyrics. I could be describing the Jamaican music scene circa 1976, the heyday of Bob Marley. But…

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David became a refugee even before he was born, when his pregnant mother fled to Ethiopia in 1986. But he never imagined that 26 years later he would become displaced again, in his own newly independent country of South Sudan. "I spent most of my years moving from place to…

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06 December 2013 Written by

Junior Murvin Died Last Week

Reggae great Junior Murvin reportedly died Monday morning at his home in Portland Parish, Jamaica. The falsetto singer born Murvin Junior Smith in 1949 was best known for his 1976 classic "Police and Thieves," recorded by Lee "Scratch" Perry and famously covered by the Clash on their self-titled debut the…

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One of the founding members of reggae act UB40 has quit the band after more than 30 years, complaining that it was making him "miserable". Astro, a vocalist and trumpet player, broke the news to his bandmates - who scored hits with songs such as One In Ten and Red…

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