Deno Gee looks to Many Doors

Friday, October, 6 2017    

Singjay Deno Gee recently released the visuals for the track Many Doors.The music video, directed by Cornelius Grant of Good Vibes Entertainment, was shot in several sections in the entertainer's community of Seaview Gardens. Read More

The return of Zap Pow

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Thursday, October, 5 2017    

Guitarist Dwight Pinkney has been in three outstanding bands during his 50-year career, and while he enjoyed his time with each, Zap Pow holds a special place for him. Read More

Yello to pay '3D' tribute

BY BALFORD HENRY Observer senior reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, October, 5 2017    

YELLO Media Jamaica's Fashion Directory 2017, scheduled for Devon House in St Andrew this evening at 7:00 pm, will include a tribute to late fashion designer Dexter “3D” Pottinger. Read More

St Lucia shines at Sandals arts fest

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment | Thursday, October, 5 2017    

ST Lucia was the toast of the week-long Sandals Festival of the Arts competition which culminated at Sandals Ochi Beach Club in St Ann last Saturday. Read More

Support the music

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer Senior Reporter | Thursday, October, 5 2017    

Getting greater support and involvement from the local entertainment fraternity is one of the mandates of the organisers of the Jamaica Music Conference set for the Corporate Area from November 9–12. Read More

Marion Hall promises 'powerful and mighty' performance at Come Celebrate Jesus

BY MARK CUMMINGS Editor-at-Large cummingsm@jamaicaobserver.com | Thursday, October, 5 2017    

ROSE HALL, St James - When Minister Marion Hall, formerly dancehall artiste Lady Saw, takes the stage at Come Celebrate Jesus at the Montego Bay Convention Centre on Saturday night for her debut gospel performance in western Jamaica, patrons should expect nothing less than... Read More

Kartel goes back to prison

Wednesday, October, 4 2017    

VYBZ Kartel is back at the Tower Street Adult Correction Centre (formerly General Penitentary) in Kingston after being discharged from The University Hospital of the West Indies in St Andrew on the weekend. Read More

'Scratch' earns highest debut

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Wednesday, October, 4 2017    

LEE “Scratch” Perry scores his sixth entry on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart as Super Ape Returns to Conquer — Subatomic Sound System + Lee “Scratch” Perry debuts at 5. It is the highest-charting title for Perry. Read More

Ernie Smith gives Solid set

BY SIMONE MORGAN-LINDO Observer reporter | Wednesday, October, 4 2017    

SCORES of patrons filled the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston last Friday evening to celebrate veteran musician Ernie Smith's 50th year in the entertainment industry. Read More

After 12: Prezzman's Pink & Black Settings

Wednesday, October, 4 2017    

When Prezzman Boss sends out invitations, the real party people respond. So it was no surprise that on September 30 they flocked the venue at 17 Studio One Boulevard in Kingston for his 'Pink and Black Settings'. And who else but OBSERVER PHOTOGRAPHER KARL MCLARTY was on hand to report? Read More

Wah Wa still awaiting fate

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Wednesday, October, 4 2017    

THREE years after pleading guilty to telemarketing fraud in federal district court in Bismarck, North Dakota, Jamaican radio disc jock ZJ Wah Wa is yet to be sentenced. Read More

Artistes named for Exodus 40 Live

Tuesday, October, 3 2017    

The line-up of artistes has been released for Exodus 40 Live, the all-star tribute concert to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Bob Marley's iconic album, Exodus. Read More

DJ Paul Michael entertains

Tuesday, October, 3 2017    

Rhode Island native DJ Paul Michael on Friday night set Ribbiz Ultra Lounge in St Andrew ablaze with an enticing set for the Appleton Signature Friday series. Read More

October 5 funeral for Wya

Tuesday, October, 3 2017    

The thanksgiving service for the life of former Wailers keyboardist Earl 'Wya ' Lindo takes place on Thursday in London.Lindo died at a London hospital on September 4 at age 64, from acute cardiac failure and arrhythmia. Read More

Hollywood courts Marlon James

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Tuesday, October, 3 2017    

Leading American film company Amazon Studios will produce a television show based on Jamaican author Marlon James' award-winning book, A Brief History of Seven Killings. Read More


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