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  • CPR Successfully Launches Song Bird Challenge on Social Media
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    CPR Successfully Launches Song Bird Challenge on Social Media Spring is in the air, birds are chirping, reggae enthusiasts are singing and for an entire month, Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music (CPR) is imploring reggae lovers to share their rendition of a favorite song on social media. The CPR Songbird Challenge starts today and on the 25th of April,…
    Written on Wednesday, 25 March 2015 07:32 in CPR ReggaeReader Read 58 times
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    TICKETS NOW IN OUTLETS FOR INTERNATIONAL WOMEN OF REGGAE. GROUP DISCOUNTS ALSO AVAILABLE Brooklyn, N.Y., March 23, 2015... Tickets to the International Women of Reggae, scheduled for Saturday, April 25 are now on sale in local outlets in Brooklyn, Bronx and Queens in addition to the box office at Whitman Theatre, Brooklyn College where the event will be held and on the websites…
    Written on Tuesday, 24 March 2015 10:30 in CPR ReggaeReader Read 67 times
  • Biography: Nadine Sutherland
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    Biography: Nadine Sutherland Nadine Sutherland's career history fits none of the stereotypes commonly attributed to Jamaican popular music stars. She made her stage debut at the age of nine as a winner of Jamaica’s popular Tastee’s Talent Contest. International reggae superstar Bob Marley, signed her to his Tuff Gong label while she was…
    Written on Thursday, 12 March 2015 17:06 in CPR ReggaeReader Read 275 times
  • Biography: Sandra Cross
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    Biography: Sandra Cross A native of South London, Sandra Cross is the only girl among seven brothers. She started singing in the Pentecostal Church and led the choir when she was nine. At 14, she recorded with a friend as Love & Unity. Their recording was the first prize for winning a talent…
    Written on Thursday, 12 March 2015 17:00 in CPR ReggaeReader Read 257 times
  • Tributes to Women in Song
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    Reggae music is amongst the myriad of genres in music who have left timeless tributary selections on record. One would venture to say that a substantial amount of lyrical content have been created over the past decades, however if we listen closely the messengers of music do not always speak…
    Written on Tuesday, 10 March 2015 11:57 in CPR ReggaeReader Read 168 times
  • Profile: EVER-G
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    Profile: EVER-G EVER-G is a root’s rock reggae artist who recalls that the first song he ever heard is “One Love” - the Ska version and as he recalls, “it made me want to dance”. He is a vocalist, plays the rhythm guitar and has recorded five albums. Of those, “World Peace”…
    Written on Monday, 09 March 2015 13:52 in CPR ReggaeReader Read 379 times

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