Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Tuesday | February 12, 2013
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'Lest We Forget' the heroes - David M's ode to black history brings notoriety
Reggae artiste David M is reaping relative international popularity for his black history single Lest We Forget. The song was recently played on BET (BET Jazz) and Music Choice, as well as on more than 100 radio stations in the United States (US)....

Grammys diversify - Bob Marley tribute an example of the varied collaborations
LOS ANGELES (AP): Unlike last year, when the Grammys became the Adele show, each of the leading nominees in a diverse and eclectic field got a chance to bask in the spotlight of music's biggest...

Last year's Grammys topped them all
NEW YORK (AP): It's back down to earth for the Grammy Awards in the television ratings.The Nielsen company said yesterday that music's annual...

Red Stripe steps up for a good cause
From as far back as its days as Desnoes and Geddes Ltd, Red Stripe has been heavily involved in community-based activities with either cash or kind.In recent times, the company has donated about $100 million to restore potable water supplies...

Chronixx wants to inspire
In what will be his first full performance in Montego Bay, Chronixx and the Zinc Fence Band is promising to deliver an uplifting and inspiring performance at the Rainforest Seafood Festival set for Ash Wednesday, tomorrow, at the Catherine Hall...

An abundance of then and now - Ken Boothe promises much for Seafood Festival performance
When the Rainforest Seafood Festival gets under way tomorrow at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre in Montego Bay, fans of good old-school music are being promised a real treat from legendary crooner Ken Boothe....


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