John Holt's recent death has triggered the expected outpouring of (in many cases) belated regard.
I have seen this cycle before - the death of a noted performer, the outpouring of emotion, the increased level of airplay, the many newsp
When Krazy Kris, who plays on KOOL FM, decided to put on an all-soul music party in 2008, it seemed that many thought his disc jock's mon
The days of the week, in sequence, are among the standard first lessons for children at the very basic level of the education system.
On the face of it, Sting, dubbed The Greatest One Night Reggae and Dancehall Show on Earth, and Rebel Salute are opposites - even opposin
On Monday, October 27, this year's edition of the annual Peter Tosh Symposium takes place in the Multifunctional Room of the Main Library
Save for coughs from various points of the large room, the packed Great Hall of the Wills Memorial Building in Bristol, United Kingdom, w
As October edges up to November – and none too slowly at that - the merchants of good cheer are revving up to start the countdown to the
Lovers walking in the wet, oblivious to or even relishing the raindrops.
As Jamaica celebrates its heritage in general, with a special focus on heroic figures - including the musical standouts who will be among
Since the last Thursday in May this year, Car Lane and Ian Gibson of Tent City have been hosting Reggae to Reggae weekly at Comfitanya Lo
Jamaican singer Brina, whose debut album, Under One Sun, was released in 2012, has charted another direction with the music in her new fo
Rain and romance
On Sunday, a group of musical volunteers will perform in the chapel at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona Campus.
The significance of next month’s 7th E.
In one of the many clips of selector and radio-show host David Rodigan in action posted on YouTube, he is playing at a clash in New York
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