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Reggae Artist News (170)

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The Legacy of Dube Lives On

It's Thursday night in downtown Johannesburg and some 500 people are packed into Bassline, a warehouse-like club in a hipster-friendly neighborhood. They're here for South Africa's longest-running sound system, or crew of reggae DJs. But tonight they get something extra: a young woman sporting dreadlocks and an army cap gets…
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One Love Celebrates The Life and Music Of Bob Marley

Bob Marley was bigger than pop music. The legendary Jamaican singer-songwriter blended music with spirituality, humanitarianism and politics to leave an imprint that survived his death on May 11, 1981. Although he was only 36, his legacy is durable. An exhibition celebrating the artist who put reggae on the international…
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Bob Marley Turned 68 On Feb. 6 2013

The beloved Jamaican singer died of cancer in 1981 at the age of 36, but his legacy lives on through his music. Marley is credited with helping spread both reggae sounds and the Rastafari movement to a worldwide audience throughout his 18 years in the business. According to Urban Islandz,…
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Lloyd Charmers, An Unfinished Story

When you are credited as "an accomplished singer, pianist/organist and producer" by Billboard - one of the most influential and acclaimed entertainment magazines - then you can rest assured that you have made an indelible mark in music history. It is unfortunate though that Lloyd Charmers, the musician being lauded,…
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International Reggae Poster Contest 2013

Organizers of the 2nd International Reggae Poster Contest 2013 (IRPC) are pleased to announce a call for entries with the closing date set for March 30, 2013. Winning posters, as before, will be selected by a jury of international design professionals and will be published in a catalogue/book, exhibited and…
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Jimmy Cliff See's Himself As An Outsider

Jimmy Cliff who cuts such classic reggae singles as The Harder They Come, Many Rivers To Cross and You Can Get It If You Really Want It back in the 60s and 70s - says he has always been an outsider. He was keen to collaborate with other artists and…
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