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Chronixx Debut In The USA

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Reggae On The River

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Reeves-Reed Arboretum Brings Live Reggae

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Let's Talk About Our Taste In Reggae Music

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Rastafarianism Officially Recognized As a Religion in Prision

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UB40's Secret To Success

UB40's Secret To Success

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Roger Lewis Inspired By Stevie Wonder

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The Natti Love Joys Brings Reggae To Alabama

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Reggae In Denver For Cancer

It’s Reggae in the Park, featuring Bob Marley’s band, The Original Wailers and it’s a benefit for the Cancer Care Initiative. Here’s your chance to connect with a fantastic cause, Nuggets head coach and 1,000 game winner George Karl, and thousands of music lovers. Leading the way to help support…
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Reggae Brings Life To Wilmington

With reggae musicians jamming in the background, Jodian Samuels, of Jamaica, served up dishes that included curried goat, ox tail and jerk chicken. Samuels was visiting the area for the annual People’s Festival: A Tribute to Bob Marley and working at a food stand run by Paradise Palms, a restaurant…
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Reggae Music, Its Here To Stay

Thirty-six long, long years ago, the U.S. bicentennial was in full swing and swagger. Here in the States, rock and roll was still king, but the ugly, artificial facelessness of disco was looming and blooming on the horizon of dance floors everywhere. No, I simply cannot express in words just…
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Get Out of Many 50 Years of Reggae Music

 The concept of the compilation Out of Many: 50 Years of Reggae Music is simple. 50 years ago, Jamaica won independence from the British-ruled West Indies Federation. Around that same time, popular music in Jamaica began solidifying into some of the many sounds we now think of as reggae. Out…
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Stepping Out With Steel Pulse

Steel Pulse may have explored various styles of music since they started out in 1975, but when it comes to the message, the reggae band has remained close to their roots. The group have continued their commitment to fighting injustice, educating the masses and promoting positive messages through spiritually uplifting…
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Take It To The Bridge

Motet drummer and founding member Dave Watts says he plays “music to get lost in.” Nicely matched, State Bridge has the venue to get lost in, and there's no better opportunity than this weekend's Take It To The Bridge festival. Co-headlining are Black Uhuru and See-I featuring members of Thievery…
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