Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | January 20, 2013
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Too big to fail
After a six-year lay-off, the vintage concert series Startime returns on Saturday, February 16, at the Liguanea Club, New Kingston.

The dub in dubstep
Jamaica is often lauded worldwide for reggae music and the immense impact the genre has had on the international music scene.

Taking a peek at the Grammys
The National Academy of Recording Arts and Science will once again honour select musicians and others who are instrumental in the world's music industry at music's most prestigious award ceremony.

The Ladies Of Jazz
With a formidable female presence, the sub-theme for this year's Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival could have been 'Ladies Nights'.

Lynn Taitt orchestrates rocksteady's birth
The history of Jamaica has often been reflected in its motto 'Out of many, one people'.

Unfinished story
When you are credited as "an accomplished singer, pianist/organist and producer" by Billboard - one of the most influential and acclaimed entertainment magazines - then you can rest assured that you have made an indelible mark in music history.

Mel Cooke to release live poetry CD
On Tuesday, January 29, Mel Cooke will launch a 38-minute live poetry CD at the Poetry Society of Jamaica's monthly fellowship, Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts, 1 Arthur Wint Drive, St Andrew.


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