Scratch's final farewell 10:00 pm
CAULDWELL, Hanover — Late reggae legend Lee “Scratch” Perry had big plans for a recording studio, an art house, and a self-sustainable agriculture programme for the parish of Hanover, according to his widow Mirella.
AN unabashed “child of the 90s”, Carla Marie Williams thrives on trends from that decade. It's the period's music, however, that gets her blood pumping the most.
Queen Shazz is on the rise
ON-THE-RISE producer Queen Shazz urging women to be more gracious in their attire before leaving their homes.
Tuesday, September 21, 2021
WHEN Martijn Huisman decided to write a book about Bob Marley And The Wailers, his objective was to show readers the legendary band's global impact “from the bottom of the Grand Canyon to the frozen heights of the Himalayas in Nepal”. He accomplished that with ...More
Friday, September 17, 2021
THE music of veteran toaster U-Roy continues to resonate with music lovers, particularly the college market in the United States. His posthumous album Solid Gold (released July 16 via Trojan Jamaica/BMG) tops the North American College & Community...More