Review: Groovin' On A Sunday Afternoon - Marcia Griffiths and Friends, Chronixx and Beres Hammond
‘Groovin' in the Park’ formerly Reggae Rhythm and Blues, made a statement seeking to replace Irie Jamboree, the largest music/reggae music festival held at Roy Wilkins Park in New York City. Weather-wise the 4th staging of ‘Groovin' in the Park’ was perfect day. Groovin’ featured an impressive array of talent, taken from superb blend of Jamaican music history. It was the best of the past and present with main attraction Australian pop duo Air Supply. ‘Groovin' near capacity crowd was treated to a memorable family event of entertainment.
Tessanne “Count on My Love” Low CD sales, is it too early to Panic?
The enthusiastic euphoria surrounding Tessanne Chin success as season five winner of the “Voice” seems have lost its momentum. As the headline “Tessanne Chin’s “Count on My Love” Album Pacing to Flop” appeared as the official report of her debut album sales, in Herdline Report, many are wondering what happen. The initial CD sales are disappointing to say the least. Count On My Love sold 6623 copies in its first week of release, with 4986 copies sold digital to place the album at No. 20 on the Billboard digital chart.
Time to share the love, get ready for SUMMERJAM 2014 - Germany
The Germans have had an obsession with reggae music since the 70′s. So, it should come as no surprise that Germany hosts quite a few reggae festivals throughout the year, but none of them compare to SUMMERJAM. For almost three decades now, Europe’s biggest Reggae Dancehall and World Music festival brings the Caribbean to Germany´s Fühlinger See in Cologne. Held on an Island (how cool is that coincidence), with two different main stages and a dancehall and roots rock reggae areas, more than 30,000 fans from all over the world make their reggae pilgrimage to Fühlinger Lake for their yearly reggae fix.
The 10 Best New Reggae Artists Of The Last Ten Years
I have posting the top ten or fifteen best in many different categories in Jamaican music. This week I want to be interactive, so I will step aside and let your voice be heard. You the viewing public will get to choose those you think are ten best new reggae artists of the last ten years. Add your comments and enlarge this list.
Best of the Best Miami 2014 Concert Review
Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer in the USA and on Memorial Sunday 2014, downtown Miami truly was HOT! The area was swarmed by thousands of party goers from out of town, down for Urban Beach Weekend on South Beach. They, along with South Florida reggae and soca aficionados, packed Bayfront Park where a huge stage with an even bigger screen in back, held some of the great talents of the day.
20 Questions for rising Reggae artiste Jah Bouks
Jah Bouks was born Warin Shaw in Winchester, St.Thomas Jamaica. Last summer 2013, he recorded what probably was the biggest tune of the year “ANGOLA”.