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Reggae Music News (123)

This category contains news about past and upcoming reggae events.

Reggae Wednesdays End On High Note

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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The Second Music On The Rock

By the time the sun had well set beyond the horizon, there was barely any room left in the Guam Greyhound Park for commuting audiences. The park was crowded well beyond its usual capacity, as three big names in the world of reggae music blew away the crowd. On Jan.…
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Reggae Veterans In Concert

An estimated 900 old school reggae music lovers made their way to the BAA Gym on Saturday night [Feb 2], as local and overseas artists took the stage for the ‘Veterans in Action’ concert. The night started off with Jugglin Jason warming up the crowd with a variety of old…
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Dennis Brown Concert Cancelled

THE Dennis Brown concert, scheduled for downtown Kingston this evening, has been postponed indefinitely. Charles Campbell, a spokesperson for the Jamaica Reggae Industry Association (JaRIA), one of the organisers for the event, said inadequate sponsorship forced the postponement. "We didn't realise the sponsorship funds needed. It's a free concert but…
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A Group Of Reggae Legends Performing in St. Ann

Patrons blew their horns in support of 'host' Tony Rebel, Professor Nuts, Louie Culture, Etana, Marcia Griffiths and Tarrus Riley. However, it was Beres Hammond for whom the plastic horns resonated loudest. There was not a dull moment. In his 45-minute set, as he rocked his audience with songs like…
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BBC Radio Welcomes Vet. Reggae DJ After KissFM Split

Veteran reggae broadcaster David Rodigan is to join BBC Radio 1Xtra, just weeks after he quit an award-winning show on a commercial station after 20 years. The 61-year-old, who is the UK's foremost reggae presenter, walked out on Kiss FM in protest at the "marginalisation" of his music when his…
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