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Reggae, LA and Latinx Style: The Delirians and others put their own spin on 1960s Jamaica
Los Angeles’ The Delirians want you to know that reggae music has healing powers. Armed with three studio albums and a new single, “Sweet Leaf,”…
Posted On: 18th February 2019
Waves of migrants shipped to London from newly independent British West Indian colonies – the Windrush generation – and to Paris from former French colonies in north…
Posted On: 18th February 2019
Boomtown remains a proudly independent festival that has managed to keep a sense of community and unity despite being one of the fastest growing festivals…
Posted On: 15th February 2019
Reggae party with Chaka Demus and Pliers in Hastings
Jamaica's reggae stars Chaka Demus and Pliers bring their first UK tour in 10 years to Hastings with a performance at the White Rock Theatre…
Posted On: 12th February 2019
‘Father of Africa’ statue unveiled in Ethiopia
Avid reggae music fans are not surprised that Sting and Shaggy won a miniature golden gramophone at the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 10.
Posted On: 12th February 2019
Royal Albert Hall reggae show sold out in three hours
A reggae show to be hosted by London's most prolific reggae radio personality, David Rodigan, on March 12, completely sold out in three hours after…
Posted On: 10th February 2019
Aswad, arguably Britain’s most successful reggae band, are the latest group announced to appear at this year’s Jack Up The Summer throwback festival. After 2…
Posted On: 10th February 2019
From the “Godfather of Rocksteady”. Jamaican singer Alton Ellis’ 1974 LP Mr Soul Of Jamaica has been reissued for the first time, via Music on Vinyl. Produced…
Posted On: 10th February 2019
“Reggae is the heartbeat of Jamaica, a unique music that springs from the creative imagination of a diverse ­people.” This quotation is taken from the…
Posted On: 10th February 2019