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  • JUDY MOWATT­­ – Blazing Many Trails
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    JUDY MOWATT­­ – Blazing Many Trails Judy Mowatt OD (born 1952) is a Jamaican reggae artist who rose to fame as part of the trio the "I Threes", the backing vocalists for Reggae legend, Bob Marley & The Wailers. She was born Judith Veronica Mowatt in Gordon Town, in the parish of St. Andrew in Jamaica.…
    Written on Wednesday, 04 March 2015 16:02 in CPR ReggaeReader Read 6 times
  • Etana’s "Better Tomorrow" Selected as Campaign Anthem for STOP EBOLA & BUILD FOR THE FUTURE
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    Etana’s "Better Tomorrow" Selected as Campaign Anthem for  STOP EBOLA & BUILD FOR THE FUTURE On Monday, March 2, 2015 at the United Nations General Assembly Hall, Etana and her band took the stage at the private concert "Stop Ebola and Build For the Future" led by United African Congress, Give Them A Hand Foundation and the Friendship Ambassadors Foundation. She delivered a breathtaking set…
    Written on Wednesday, 04 March 2015 14:48 in CPR ReggaeReader Read 11 times
  • Phyllis Dillon - "Perhaps the Finest..."
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    Phyllis Dillon - "Perhaps the Finest..." Phyllis Dillon was born in 1944 in Linstead, St. Catherine, Jamaica, and attended the Linstead Primary School. Influenced by American singers Connie Francis, Patti Page and Dionne Warwick, she began singing in talent contests. It was during a performance at the Glass Bucket Club in Kingston, Jamaica with the group…
    Written on Tuesday, 03 March 2015 23:47 in CPR ReggaeReader Read 18 times
  • Celebrate the Feminine Energy in Reggae
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    Celebrate the Feminine Energy in Reggae Brooklyn, N.Y., March 3, 2015...The board of directors of the Coalition to Preserve Reggae (CPR) is pleased to announce International Women of Reggae - A Night of Hits, taking place on Saturday, April 25th from 8pm to 11pm at the Walt Whitman Auditorium, Brooklyn College, Campus Road and Nostrand Avenue…
    Written on Monday, 02 March 2015 14:39 in CPR ReggaeReader Read 40 times
  • Dawn Penn - An Original
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    Dawn Penn - An Original Dawn Penn is one of the original queens of reggae music. A native of Kingston, Jamaica, she grew up in a musical family, studying piano, classical violin and performing with her sisters Pat and Audrey in churches. Her first recording was “When I’m Gonna Be Free” was in 1966. She…
    Written on Monday, 02 March 2015 12:54 in CPR ReggaeReader Read 31 times
  • Millie Small - 60s Trailblazer
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    Millie Small - 60s Trailblazer Millicent Dolly May Small CD (born 6 October 1946), better known professionally as Millie Small and also known simply as Millie, is a Jamaican singer-songwriter, best known for her 1964 cover version of "My Boy Lollipop". Her other stage names include Little Millie Small. Born Millicent Dolly May Small in…
    Written on Monday, 02 March 2015 12:10 in CPR ReggaeReader Read 37 times

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