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If there is one thing that Slightly Stoopid does not lack, it is stage presence. While some of the musical talent did not seem to transfer from its eight studio albums to the live performance, Slightly Stoopid did present a very cohesive reggae sound, with a small mix of jam…

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Forty-nine years. Nearly five decades. Almost half a century. That's how much time has passed since The Skatalites first assembled boogie-woogie blues, jazz, Calypso, mento and African rhythms into one of Jamaica's signature musical styles. Nine of the original 10 Skatalites have passed on, but founding member Lester “Ska” Sterling…

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U.K. Music Hall of Famer and prominent reggae artist Pato Banton performed in Brookings on Thursday night, causing many fans to ask, “Why?” Before starting to play at the 101 Bar and Grill, Banton told the crowd that he had many longtime fans approach him before the show to ask:…

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Some people might think punk rock is more noise than music, but if it wasn't for the punk scene in the 1970s, Americans may never have had the chance to hear reggae music. "The only venue reggae bands could get booked into years ago were punk rock concerts," said Jamin…

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Sunscreen and sunglasses go together like spring skiing and Sugarloaf's Reggae Fest. The biggest on snow music event in Maine, and New England for that matter, turns 25 this year. For a quarter of a century, this northern ski resort has transformed into Jamaica North, with island bands playing live…

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IT was another night of quality entertainment inside the Emancipation Park as the Jamaica Reggae Industry Association (JaRIA) produced Reggae Wednesday series ended. Dubbed Reggae Gone Global, last Wednesday's show saw command performances from singers Richie Stephens, Cherine and Jah 9.

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