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Alton Ellis photo

Alton Ellis

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Nov 15, 2019
Alton Ellis was, beyond any doubt, Jamaica’s most soulful singer ever and his influence on the development of Jamaican music through his matchless singing and song-writing is profound.
Dennis Brown photo

Dennis Brown

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Nov 8, 2019
The ‘Crown Prince Of Reggae’, Dennis Emanuel Brown, was Jamaican music’s most consistently popular performer. Many artists achieve fame and adulation after their death but Dennis Brown earned an unparalleled amount of love and devotion during his life time.
Ranking Joe photo

Ranking Joe

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Nov 1, 2019
Ranking Joe, one of Jamaica’s most entertaining deejays, has enjoyed a career which has been as long as it has been illustrious.
Ken Boothe photo

Ken Boothe

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Oct 25, 2019
Ken Boothe, “one of the quintessential Jamaican soul voices”, possesses the unerring ability to impart heartfelt emotion to even the most innocent, innocuous songs…
Jah Cure photo

Jah Cure

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Oct 4, 2019
A disciple of the nineties ‘Rasta Renaissance’ whose eight years behind bars served to strengthen his resolve to record righteous reality music…
Harry ‘Harry J’ Johnson photo

Harry ‘Harry J’ Johnson

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Sep 27, 2019
One of the first Jamaican record producers to enjoy overseas hits Harry J went on to make the most of his international connections. His state of the art recording complex on Roosevelt Avenue was the studio of choice throughout the seventies for the musicians and artists who followed his lead in taking reggae music out of Kingston’s ghettos and onto the worldwide stage.
Bob And Marcia photo

Bob And Marcia

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Sep 20, 2019
These ‘one hit wonders’ from way back when are actually Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths: two giants of Jamaican music whose work is inextricably entwined with the development of reggae music and whose innumerable hits stretch from the sixties up to the present day.
Boris Gardiner photo

Boris Gardiner

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Sep 13, 2019
Although his bass guitar beat at the heart of reggae music for over twenty years Boris Gardiner still remains a relatively unknown figure although he has contributed much more to the music than many other far more celebrated performers.
Ernest Ranglin photo

Ernest Ranglin

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Sep 6, 2019
Not only an internationally acclaimed jazz guitarist Ernest Ranglin is also another of the architects and builders of modern Jamaican music.
Tommy McCook photo

Tommy McCook

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Aug 23, 2019
Tommy McCook’s beautiful tenor saxophone graced countless sixties and seventies recordings but his work as a composer and arranger is every bit as important. He is one of the undisputed architects and builders of modern Jamaican music.
Horace Andy photo

Horace Andy

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Aug 16, 2019
One of Jamaican music’s most distinctive, original and prolific singer/song writers responsible for inspiring an entire style of reggae singing.
Freddie Mckay photo

Freddie Mckay

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Aug 9, 2019
A soulful singer whose plaintive delivery was rarely equalled; why Freddie McKay never saw the success he so rightly deserved from almost two decades of recording remains one of the great unsolved mysteries of reggae music.
Jah Shaka photo

Jah Shaka

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Aug 2, 2019
Legendary London based sound system controller and record producer who has ceaselessly championed Rastafarian roots reggae over the last four decades.
Prince Alla photo

Prince Alla

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Jul 19, 2019
“One of the true heroes of Jamaican roots music…” Steve Barrow
Sugar Minott photo

Sugar Minott

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Jul 5, 2019
Sugar Minott’s honesty shone through in everything that he ever did and his untimely death has sent shock waves throughout the reggae world.
King Jammy photo

King Jammy

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Jun 21, 2019
The most important producer in the development of computer driven reggae music…
Marcia Griffiths photo

Marcia Griffiths

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Jun 14, 2019
Female reggae singers are rare and successful female singers are even rarer… Marcia Griffiths is the most successful Jamaican female singer ever. She is unquestionably Jamaica’s First Lady of Song.
Burning Spear photo

Burning Spear

Text by Jeremy Collingwood
Date Updated: May 17, 2019
Winston Rodney – aka The Burning Spear – stands as one of Reggae’s few Elder statesman’s. He not only still Tours and releases music, but also runs his own label and web site. Famed for his chanting prophet vocals, which resonate to arcane melodies from the Old Testament. In the late 1970’s he was rightly spoken of in the same breath as Bob Marley: indeed there are many that rate some of Rodney’s UK appearances ahead of the more famous Bob Marley Live at the Lyceum gig.
Shabba Ranks photo

Shabba Ranks

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Apr 26, 2019
Possibly one of the last of the traditional Jamaican mic. men but definitely the first of the island’s international superstar deejays…
Leroy Smart photo

Leroy Smart

Text by Harry Hawks
Date Updated: Mar 15, 2019
A source of inspiration to his ghetto brethren Leroy Smart demonstrated that true talent, coupled with hard work and single mindedness, will always rise to the top.
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