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and Tony Gadd (bass, keyboards, vocals), are renowned among reggae fans for their adventurous fusion of musical styles such as dancehall, funk, hip-hop and dub.
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Ken Boothe is a Jamaican vocalist known for his distinctive vibrato and timbre. Boothe achieved an international reputation as one of Jamaica's finest vocalists through a series of crossover hits that appealed to both reggae fans and mainstream audiences. CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE
The Pioneers are indeed universally acknowledged as one of the pioneers of reggae. Formed in the mid 60’s in Kingston, Jamaica, they were one of the first groups to have international hits in the new music genre called reggae which followed ska and rock steady. They were able to penetrate the European market with one of their many renderings of race horse songs called ‘Long Shot Kick de Bucket’ CLICK HERE VIEW PROFILE
Musical Youth. The year was 1982 and with these triumphant words, five school kids from Birmingham named Dennis, Michael, Kelvin, Patrick and Junior launched themselves onto an unsuspecting public and into pop and reggae history. Their debut single, 'Pass the Dutchie' surged to No1 in the UK within two weeks of release and went on to sell over five million copies. CLICK HERE TO VIEW PROFILE
Dave Barker was born David John Crooks on 10th October 1947 in Franklyn Town, Jamaica. He began his musical career in the late sixties, performing with Glen Adams, with whom he cut a handful of sides for celebrated producers, Clement ‘Coxson’ Dodd and Harry Johnson.CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE!
Macka.B is one of Britain's most influential and very much active, dancehall toasters, pushing the music back toward a Rastafarian political consciousness. His rough, gravely vocals give him an instantly identifiable sound. Although the vast majority of Macka B's material is devoted to spiritual and social messages, he also lightens the mood with perceptive, humorous material. He has shunned aspirations for a commercial crossover, however, staying true to the sound and spirit of his roots but playing shows worldwide to like minded followers CLICK HERE TO VIEW PROFILE
CARROLL THOMPSON burst on the scene in 1980, straight from the gospel traditions of her grandmother’s home, with a million-selling self-penned debut album. HOPELESSLY IN LOVE – stayed in the UK reggae charts for an amazing and record-breaking two and a half years. Much of that time in the Number 1 slot .HOPELESSLY IN LOVE spawned number 1 single after number 1 single – ‘I’M SO SORRY’, ‘YESTERDAY’, ‘SIMPLY IN LOVE’ CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE
Biography Susan Cadogan + Follow Artist With a delicate voice that shimmers between childlike innocence and smoldering sexuality, Susan Cadogan's vocals were the perfect expression of lovers rock. Surprisingly, she never intended to sing professionally, and thus her music career has been sporadic, but such was her talent, that Cadogan was crowned the Queen of Lovers Rock. CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE
Marcia Griffiths (born Marcia Llyneth Griffiths in Kingston, Jamaica, on 23 November 1949) is a Jamaican singer. As well as her solo work, she worked with Bob Andy from 1970 to 1974 as a duo Bob & Marcia and from 1974 to 1981 she was a member of the I Threes, th trio of backing singers that supported Bob Marley & the Wailers CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE
Dennis Alcapone is one of the original Dee-Jays, a classic performer of extraordinary talent. Born in Clarendon, Jamaica in 1947, Dennis first started to D.J for the El Paso Hi-Fi in 1969. Influenced by U Roy, his excellent D.J skills and ability to toast over the tracks made El Paso the leading sound system of the time. U Roy was the first D.J to make records voicing over tracks, but it was Dennis' skill and unique style that challenged U Roy's dominance. CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE!
Born in South London 12th December 1960 Peter Hunnigale was to develop into one of Britain's most formidable Reggae artist of our time. It was clear at a tender age Peter's main interest was in music and being born of Jamaican parentage he was exposed and influenced by music of West Indian culture.CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE!
Winston Reedy is renowned as one the most successful and popular UK based reggae singers. Born Winston Reid in the Jamaican parish of St Catherine, he attended local school Mount Industry before arriving in Britain in 1967, where he settled with his parents in north London. CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE
CHRISTOPHER LAMOUR ELLIS was born the youngest male progeny to “The Godfather of Jamaican Rocksteady”, the late ALTON ELLIS. Talented in his own right, the soulful 28 year-old Roots Reggae, R&B crooner has been astounding audiences with his incredibly natural, smooth vocal stylings since the age of 11. The Jamaica Gleaner notes, “His look and sound closely mirror those of his dad, he has beyond a doubt inherited the soulful vocals of his father.” CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE
Soul II Soul have sold over 10 million albums in over 35 territories worldwide and have product on over 200 compilation CDs. They’ve performed in over 20 countries, and appeared at some of the most famous venues in the world including Wembley and New York’s Universal Ample Theatre. CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE
This is reggae music. And when it comes to unique, high-class corporate entertainment nobody does it better than Strictly Reggae. Members of reggae superstars UB40 join ranks with top session musicians that have worked with everyone from One Direction and Take That to Eric Clapton, Sly and Robbie, The Spice Girls and Robert Plant to bring you the very best in reggae hits, past and present. CLICK HERE TO VIEW PROFILE
Alexander O’Neal has come a long way since he was signed by Prince back in 1981. One of R&B’s most iconic names, he has 14 (count em!) singles to his name with chart smash Criticize still lighting up dance floors and airwaves across the world thirty years after its release CLICK HERE TO VIEW PROFILE
The Aces (Feat Delroy Williams) The Aces formerly of Desmond Dekker Feature Delroy Williams and Winston Francis. When the World’s first international reggae superstar, Desmond Dekker, passed away on 25 May 2006, Together, the pair put together a new Aces band. CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE!
Soul Legend Kenny Thomas performs all of his top hits such as: Outstanding, Thinking About Your Love, Tender Love and many more. Kenny is widely regarded as having one of the most distinctive soul voices in the UK.
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Singer Richie Stephens has announced his collaboration with a nine-man ska ensemble. Together, they are known as Richie Stephens & the Ska Nation Band. CLICK HERE TO VIEW PROFILE
Troy Ellis is one of the sons of the legendary Alton Ellis. He was born in Trench Town, Kingston, Jamaica. He used to perform on the streets from a young age when he realised what he wanted to achieve in life. He was inspired by his dad’s music which has lead him to where he is now. Studio One, Treasure Isle, Coxsone & Channel One are all places his dad took him where he learn’t to familarise himself with various artists, such as Bob Marley. CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE
Black Slate are a reggae band based in the United Kingdom, and formed in 1974. They toured heavily around London and backed Jamaican musicians such as Dennis Brown, Delroy Wilson, and Ken Boothe when they played in the UK. They toured the UK in their own right for the first time in 1978, and released four albums between 1979 and 1985. CLICK HERE TO VIEW Black Slate PROFILE
Gabbidon Band. Basil Gabbidon is a founder member and lead guitarist of world renowned reggae band Steel Pulse, Basil Gabbidon was a major player in the success of the album ‘Handsworth Revolution’, followed by three other albums, ‘Tribute to the martyrs’, ‘Caught you’ and True Democracy. CLICK HERE TO VEIW Gabbidon Band PROFILE
Jacquii Cann is the UK’s number one Alison Moyet Tribute Act. She was seen LIVE on ITV’s Stars In Their Eyes winning the Grand Final in 1993, after which she performed more times on the show as a special guest. CLICK HERE
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Featuring original members of The Beat and Dexy’s Midnight Runners. Beat Goes Bang deliver a stunning set of all The Beat’s classic hits including Mirror In The Bathroom, Too Nice To Talk To, Can’t Get Used To Losing You, Tears Of A Clown and many more. CLICK HERE TO VIEW BEAT GOES BANG PROFILE
The Stars From The Commitments features original Commitments cast members & musicians from from the BAFTA Winner, Golden Globe & Oscar®-Nominated smash hit Sir Alan Parker film and multimillion selling sound track albums CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE
VIN GORDON AND THE REAL ROCK BAND. Vin has performed with The Trojans and Skatelites and now has his own band! Vin has played on hundreds of great recordings from Studio One in the 60s (Soul Brothers, Soul Vendors, Sound Dimension) to Bob Marley & The Wailers ( Exodus, Kaya ), Yabby U, Channel One Revolutionaries, Aggrovators, Black Ark's Upsetters, Burning Spear, Skatalites, Augustus Pablo, Dennis Brown, Aswad and a lot more.. CLICK HERE TO VIEW!
Capital Letters were one of the main players in the distinctive home-grown British roots reggae scene that emerged in the late 70’s and were the first group to be signed to the Greensleeves label. Along with groups like Matumbi, Aswad, and Steel Pulse, Capital Letters managed to break down many of the prejudices that reggae music could only be made in Jamaica, CLICK HERE TO VIEW PROFILE
NEREUS JOSEPH & THE SEREUS BAND. Nereus first emerged on the UK reggae scene in 1979 with the single “ROOTS & CULTURE,” as lead singer with the COPTIC ROOTS BAND. In the latter part of the 80’s he toured extensively in Europe and the Caribbean and supported names such
as, Dennis Brown and Chakademus & Pliers as well as headlining tours to Turkey and other places. CLICK HERE TO VIEW PROFILE
Friendly Fire Band has been one of the most active live reggae and dancehall outfits in the UK’s traditional reggae capital, Birmingham, both on stages and in the studio for the last few years. CLICK HERE TO VIEW PROFILE