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Gregory Isaacs lives on through foundation's charity work. Studio 38 was the last location the late Gregory Isaacs performed in Jamaica, so it was only fitting that it was chosen to host his birthday tribute party. Many turned out to see reggae pioneers as well as up-and-coming stars pay homage…

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IN DUB VOL. 1, the first in a series of collections of classic, rare and new dub excursions from the Bob Marley & The Wailers catalog, will be released physically for the first time on July 31st, 2012 by Island/Tuff Gong/UMe. This collection was previously released in digital format only…

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A chapter in one of the most unusual spiritual journeys ended in, of all places, a Supercuts.It was in one of the chain's salons on Manhattan's Upper West Side that Matisyahu's life as the world's first Hasidic reggae superstar came to a swift end in a pile of hair.He walked…

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Jimmy Cliff has earned some of the highest accolades in the music industry—up to and including being one of only two reggae artists inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. Like his fellow inductee, Bob Marley, Cliff began his career singing ska in his native Jamaica in the…

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Jailed reggae star Buju Banton wants a new trial in U.S. federal court.Last month, the federal appeals court in Atlanta upheld the Jamaican singer's 2011 conviction on cocaine conspiracy and trafficking charges. The three-judge panel also sided with a Tampa jury's conviction of Banton on a gun possession charge, which…

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The late Jamaican reggae star Bob Marley is the latest celebrity to be honored with a scientific species name. It's not the most glamorous species — in fact, it's a blood-feeding fish parasite — but there's no question that Gnathia marleyi knows how to "stir it up" in Caribbean coral…

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