Joe Higgs, the unsung reggae pioneer who schooled Bob Marley, others

Joe Higgs is a name still uncommon to many reggae fans today despite his vast contributions during a musical career of over three decades... Read More

What A Bam Bam - Romae Gordon Reflects On Reggae Great Toots Hibbert

On the day we learned of Toots Hibbert’s death, I got into an impassioned discussion with my mom about Bam Bam...Read more 

Vinyl Sales Surpass CD Sales for the First Time in 34 Years

It’s been a long time coming, but now it’s officially official: vinyl sales have surpassed CD sales in the US...Read more

Razzle-Dazzle At Aquarius Record Store In Kingston

Long before there was Spotify and iTunes, youngsters in Kingston got their new music right in the middle of Half-Way Tree, outside a record store called Aquarius...Read More 

Millie Small: My Boy Lollipop singer dies aged 73

Jamaican singer Millie Small has died at the age of 73 after suffering a stroke....Read More

High School Bands Play On - Competition Educates Students About Music Business

Organiser of Jamaica’s Best School Band (JBSB), Rayven Amani, is enthusiastic about the upcoming season of the inter-high school stage band competition.... Read more

A look at Chinese contribution

2020 Grounation Symposium series (being staged during Reggae Month) at the Institute of Jamaica in downtown Kingston.

This year, the series (staged by the Herbie Miller-led Jamaica Music Museum) is dedicated to the contribution of the Chinese to the development of Jamaican music... Read more

Tony Gregory Celebrates With First Reggae Album

Legendary singer Tony Gregory has an enduring discography, almost 60 years deep..... Read more


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