Sun | Feb 25, 2018

Entertainment

With the performing arts, music and theatre being the main medium for messages to be delivered, in recent times the Christian community has been crying out for the support of faith-based films.Christian playwrights and filmmakers like Cleveland O....

Dub poet, musician, educator, cultural historian, and radio personality, Mutabaruka has been singled out for international recognition at the upcoming Black Royalty African Heritage Expo, in the United States. Muta will be awarded a 'Lifetime...

Monte Blake of Merritone, the oldest continuously operational sound system in the world, was pleasantly surprised when a radio DJ called him to say that Cynthia Schloss's song Surround Me With Love was among listeners' top 10 songs for Valentine's...

From solo vocalists Dusty Springfield to Amy Winehouse, Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran, the duo Wham!, the Spice Girls quartet and One Direction quintet, self-contained outfits like The Beatles and Rolling Stones (whose Salt of the Earth is a staple toast...

February 23Kingston and St AndrewUWI Carnival Band Launch at the University of the West Indies, Mona campus, 6 p.m.February 24Kingston and St AndrewXodus opening fÍte, Debut, at ATL Autobahn from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.February 25Kingston and St...

Known for hits like, I Swear, Poor People Cry, Gash Dem, and the Cherine Anderson duet, Coming Over Tonight, reggae/dancehall entertainer Chuck Fenda aka The Living Fire, aka the Poor People Defender, is in the spotlight this week. The Gleaner,...

Local reggae acts Capleton, Lutan Fyah, and up-and-coming talents Dann-I, Koffee, King Fragrance, and Jah9 are gearing up for the 15th staging of Jamaica's ganja festival, aptly dubbed 'Stepping High'.Operated by the Connell family in Negril, the...

MusicListen to your favourite tunes at Shush Headphone Party, tonight at 1A Hillview Avenue, women two-for-one before 1 a.m.Plaza PartyHead downtown for Pan Di Plaza: Dung-A-Town, Ocean Boulevard on Saturday, February 24, starting at 8 p.m.Drink...

On this final Friday in Reggae Month 2018, The Gleaner ends its series on outstanding contributors to Jamaican music who died in February. We started with William 'Bunny Rugs' Clarke (who died on February 2, 2014). Next was Wayne 'Sleng Teng' Smith...

For this Reggae Month, the Government of Jamaica ascribed the theme 'Peace, Love, Reggae'.During the recent Prime Minister's Reception, an event intended to take place annually, Prime Minister Andrew Holness fully endorsed the month-long celebration...
Subscribe to Entertainment