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Last week's column was about musicians having an identity outside of being the 'so-and-so guitarist' (or keyboard player, or musical director, or 'bassie'). However, there are those players of instruments who, collectively, have an identity as a...

On the heels of releasing his debut solo EP Album Island Soul in June, Caleb Hart has accomplished yet another achievement with the anticipated release of the origiNation album with The Royal Youths.Hailing from Trinidad and Tobago, Hart has crafted...

The iTunes listing of top 100 reggae albums is not, it seems, the stomping ground of new releases, which end up breaking the upper echelons only to quickly fall off the chart. It tends to be the preserve of the tried and proven, and those new albums...

The astonishing story of the curious friendship between the most powerful empress on Earth and her Indian servant, to whom she bestowed a title of 'Munshi', plays out in the historical drama Victoria and Abdul. It stars Academy Award winner Dame...

Birthday FunHead to Birthday - Virgo's Affair at top Rochester Ave,off Mannings Hill Rd, St Andrew, tonight. Early settings, party ends at midnight.Up On The RoofChill out at Portmore Roof on Fridays at Portmore Pines Plaza, St Catherine, starting...

Dr Rita Marley is now part of the alumni from the University of Fort Hare, South Africa, one of the premier tertiary institutes in Africa.Fort Hare is also the alma mater of global giants Olivia Tambo, Govan Mbeki and Zimbabwean President Robert...

Record producer Michael Bell has launched a stirring rebuke of the unprofessional behaviour of local artistes as it relates to their business ethics and management decisions.According to the producer known for his work with Gyptian on the song My...

It happens almost every time singer Gem Myers says it. And it has been happening for more than 30 years, since she recorded One Man Woman in the mid 1980s.As she performs the upbeat affirmation of a woman's commitment ("Every day man a check me/Tell...

Over the last two years with a starting time of 7:30 p.m., pianist Ozou'ne and his band, PON fYAH, featuring Richardo Campbell on drums and Mfon Udosen on bass, performs Jazz and contemporary popular music every Wednesday night at The Alibi,...

On Saturday, September 9, and Sunday, September 10, The Jamaican Folk Singers staged its 50th anniversary season at the Little Theatre, Tom Redcam Avenue, St Andrew. It was a weekend when rain caused by Hurricane Irma soaked parts of Jamaica, but...
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