Jamaica Gleaner Entertainment
Published: Monday Sunday | December 20, 2009
Performers' sales 'show' up distribution
The Fabulous Five Incorporated Band's four-edition live CD series is a mini-study in the development of CD-selling strategy over the past decade. Read More...'Babyface' added to Jazz and Blues line-up
If you were to closely examine the annals of modern pop music history, few creative forces have been more seminal or impacted the contemporary pop/urban genres as much as... Read More...Visual and Performing Arts Jamaica showcased
The importance of Jamaica's creative industries to the economy and the island's international image was emphasised by several speakers at last week's '2009 Launch Showcase' of the Visual and Performing Arts Jamaica (VPAJ) at Jamaica Trade & Invest. Read More...DeMarco STEPPING OUT
Producer and artiste Collin 'DeMarco' Edwards has opened new doors for 2009 not only in terms of the songs he has been blaring on the radio, but to his own establishment - Chateaux Vino. Read More...'The Lion Of Sheba'
Like her life, Ethiopian born Sheba Sahlemariam's music is a fusion of many different cultures.The singer was born in Ethiopia but her family was exiled from the country when she was only a baby. Read More...Yolande Rattray Wright blazing a trail few can follow
Sitting down waiting to interview Yolande Rattray Wright of The Wright Agency is a bit like watching a tennis match in fast-forward. Read More...'Festival of Drums and Voices'- Beautiful but an untidily wrapped Christmas gift
Guided by their mandate "to preserve our heritage and culture," the Creative Production and Training Centre (CPTC), as part of it year-long 25th-anniversary celebration, undertook a mammoth task in staging a free concert, dubbed 'Festival of Drums and Voices', held at Emancipation Park, New Kingston. Read More...