Mon | Dec 5, 2016

Redemption Live, Miss Lou book launch and more

Published:Friday | February 6, 2015 | 12:00 AM
File Third World's members in a cluster er on stage at Grizzly's Plantation Cover, Priory, St Ann, during the first night of Rebel Salute 2015 in January.
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Saturday feb 7

Redemption Live

Redemption Live is at the waterfront, Kgn, starting at 6 p.m. Featuring the Marley sons, Tessanne Chin, Judy Mowatt, Marcia Griffiths, I-Octane, Capleton, Cocoa Tea, Freddie McGregor, Tarrus Riley, and many more.

Sunday feb 8

Grounation

The Grounation series at Institute of Jamaica, East St, Kgn, continues with Dr Christopher Johnson presenting Drums Rising: Symbol and Myth in African American Culture. Phillip Supersad is the evening's performer.

Musical Delights 7

The Lions Club of Kingston presents Musical Delights 7 in The Gardens, The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, New Kgn, starting at 6 p.m. Featuring Leroy Sibbles, Professor Nuts, Maria Myrie, Keisha Patterson, Everton Pessoa, Bare Essentials Band, and Dr Michael Abrahams.

Tuesday feb 10

Morris launches Miss Lou book

The launch of 'Miss Lou: Louise Bennett and Jamaican Culture' by Professor Emeritus, Poet Laureate Mervyn Morris is in Lecture Theatre 3, Faculty of Medical Sciences, UWI, Mona, at 6:30 p.m. Launch hosted by the Department of Literatures in English as part of University Research Days 2015.

Wednesday feb 11

Reggae Wednesdays

The weekly Reggae Month concerts at Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre, Hope Rd, St Andrew, continue with Aggregations. Featuring Akwaaba Drummers, Tribe Azzizi, Alpha All Stars, Phuzion, Black as Cole, Pentateuch, Uprising Roots, Roots Radics and Third World.

Thursday feb 12

Bob Marley lecture

The Bob Marley Lecture is at the Undercroft, UWI, Mona Campus, at 6:30 pm. Featuring Roger Steffens speaking on Unearthing Marley's Oral History. The lecture is organised by the Institute of Caribbean Studies as part of the International Reggae Conference 2015.