A musical wake for King Stitt takes place today at Studio One complex on Brentford Road, St Andrew, ahead of his thanksgiving service tomorrow at the Holy Trinity Cathedral on North Street, Kingston at 2 pm.
The Observer posted the following about about King Stitt’s wake tomorrow:
The trailblazing toaster/deejay/selector (whose given [...]
Ernest Ranglin is by far one of the most under-appreciated architects of Ska & Reggae. It goes without saying that his career has moved with every major change of the sound and he’s always been at the forefront of those changes leading the charge into new territories to carry on the island sound. United Reggae [...]
Well it’s been a little bit too long since I last posted and I gotta say sorry about that. Been a little busy of late. Well here’s to trying to give you cats a little more regular updates.
A recent article in the Jamaica Observer offers some interesting details concerning one of the legends of [...]
Just a little tribute image I whipped up for fun.
A few years ago the mighty Soul Jazz Records released a very cool box set and 3 hour DVD that traced the full history of Studio One. Filmed in Kingston, the documentary interviews many of the artists who passed through the [...]
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