|Deaf feel dance 'vibe' - JCDC facilitates hearing impaired through sight
Without being able to hear, it seems almost impossible for someone to be able to dance. However, with a routine and just through feeling the vibrations from the music, this can be achieved. The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission has been helping deaf students across the island to show off their dancing abilities through their annual Deaf Dance Competition, which will be held in May this year.
Shinehead 'Strives' with versatility
Tonight at the National Indoor Sports Arena, for the fourth staging of Richie Stephens' 'Take Me Away' concert entertainer Edmund Carl Aiken plans to bring just a little 'Shinehead' to the musical arena.
Masaya Hayashi follows music roots to Jamaica
For many years, persons around the world have travelled to Jamaica to gain first-hand knowledge and experience of the rich, musical culture they have come to know and love so much. In recent times, the Japanese especially, have flooded the local dancehall, gaining knowledge and experience that they use upon their return home.
Mavado: dancehall lovers/haters' fantasy
David Constantine Brooks is in the best of places at the worst of times. And he seems to be everywhere (or not being allowed to go someplace) all at once.
GLORY DAYS - Admiral Tibet enjoys musical 'Serious Time'
Before the widespread return to 'cultural' lyrics in the 1990s, Admiral Tibet was the most consistently conscious singer of his age and widely regarded as the first cultural singer of the deejay-dominated period.