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The Panton brothers are New Kingston

Four days off from touring and Courtney Panton Jr. is still working. In fact, all members of reggae outfit New Kingston are rehearsing to remain on point. “It’s important for us to stay on top of our game,” he says during a recent interview from Brooklyn, N.Y. “We’re proud of…
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Torch Explodes With Self Reclaimed EP

Reggae Music’s fire starter Torch ‘The Ever Burning Flame’ has something intense in store for his current and prospective fans this October. The artiste, who rose to heightened popularity with his Silly Walks Discotheque produced ‘Good Reggae Music’ single in 2013, will be releasing his debut EP “SELF RECLAIMED” on…
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Una Morgan Recovering From A Serious Health Condition

Amid the historic Catch A Fire tour uniting Reggae's legendary families Morgan Heritage, Marleys (Damian Marley, Stephen Marley), and Riley's (Tarrus Riley), tragedy struck the royal siblings when Morgan Heritage's 1st lady Una Morgan fell deathly ill. Una Morgan, the accomplished daughter of veteran reggae crooner Denroy Morgan left the…
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The Making Of A Reggae Diva

IN her just-released autobiography, I'll Never Write My Memoir, singer/actress Grace Jones remembers recording some of her biggest hit songs at Compass Point, the Nassau, Bahamas complex owned by Island Records founder Chris Blackwell. Drummer Sly Dunbar and bass player Robbie Shakespeare, members of the Compass Point All Stars Band,…
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Lee Scratch Perry Coming To The Empire

Grammy award-winning Lee 'Scratch' Perry, the godfather of dub and the high priest of reggae Good luck to The Empire in Far Gosford Street, which has officially opened its doors. Some impressive names have already been lined up for the super-venue, including reggae dub icon Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry. It’s always…
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Fortunate Youth Changed SLC Minds With A Sample of Reggae and Ska

Reggae music can conjure up a multitude of different stereotypes — Bob Marley, “stoners,” dreads, rastafarianism, etc. Before seeing “Fortunate Youth” in concert, I had a few of these stereotypes pegged in my mind. Having not been the biggest fan of reggae in the past, I wasn’t expecting anything more…
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