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The track, which is to be released this week, is the collaborators' effort to sensitise fans about black history and is a fitting addition to the Black History Month playlists. Delmar Drummond, head of Danger Zone Rebirth said, "The collaboration
The band kicked off its US tour in Chicago, Illinois, on March 14 and followed with the Wildfire Reggae Festival in Austin, Texas a few days later...This is a set of film, interactive and music festivals and conferences that take place every spring (
Groups come to the fore with a return to roots-reggae sound Mel Cooke, Gleaner Writer For about 20 years, from the mid-1980s to the latter part of the first decade of the new millennium, it seemed that as a significant musical force, the self-
Jamaican reggae stars Dubtonic Kru play a show at State Bridge today at 4 p.m...Where: State Bridge Riverside Amphitheater, 127 Trough Road, Bond. When: Today at 4 p.m. (Bluegrass and Bloodies at 11 a.m.) Tickets: $5 at the door advance sales not
Opera in the Park at Garner Park; Salsa Saturday with Nabori at the Majestic; Steve Earle with Allison Moorer at the Barrymore; Jon Langford and Melissa Nadler at the Frequency; Ellis, Little Feat, EMA, Dead Man\'s Carnival, Dubtonic Kru, Thurston
The celebrated 'Bumpy Head Gal' Joan Andrea-Hutchinson headlines an impressive array of poets and storytellers who will be appearing at the Talking Trees Literary Fiesta at Tourism Service Award finalist Two Seasons Guest House on Saturday, starting
Still, although a more substantial audience for the recording would have been appreciated, Blu Grass in the Sky and the other bands on the CTV Rocks series also have their eye on a much larger and more sustainable crowd. The Gleaner in an email
One band at the helm of this resurgence is Dubtonic Kru. "I think now more than up to 10 years ago, there has been a strong resurgence. Like with everything in life there is a cycle," Dubtonic Kru member Deleon 'Jubba' White told The Sunday Gleaner .
No one should miss this milestone moment," said EME Founder and Chairman Richard 'Richie B' Burgess. "I feel doubly happy, since the EME Awards this year is actually introducing for the first time, the category 'Best Instrumental Group with Vocals,'
Twenty bands from around the world are expected to perform for a main prize of US$100,000. The Global Battle of the Bands was first held in Spain in 2004. Last week, an upbeat Dubtonic Kru drummer DeLeon 'Jubba' White said the five-piece band is in