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Winchester brings out the smiles

When Shurwayne Winchester performs everyone is guaranteed to smile. The times he has performed in the Cayman Islands is testament to that. Along with his energetic performances, his interaction with audiences is always amusing.

21 Feb, 2018

Tosh paved the way for many

Peter “Stepping Razor” Tosh made such an impression on the reggae world, he will be forever remembered as a founding member of the Wailers band with Bob Marley and Bunny “Wailer” Livingston, a fantastic solo artist and great promoter of human rights and the Rastafari faith.

21 Feb, 2018

Roberts inspired by Beyoncé

Patrice Roberts looks like a glamour model but she insists that her best asset is her fabulous voice.

14 Feb, 2018

Rita uses fame to help poor

Rita Marley is best known as the widow of reggae king Bob and one of his backing singers, the I-Three, but that is just a fraction of her narrative.

14 Feb, 2018

Arrow will always be hot

Probably the best known and danced to soca record on the planet is ‘Hot Hot Hot’, performed by the legendary Arrow.

09 Feb, 2018

Levy’s magic reaches diverse crowd

It was no surprise that Barrington Levy kept the crowd at the Shaggy and Friends concert rocking, on the lawns of Jamaica House in St Andrew last week, with his blend of classic dancehall songs that stretch back to the Seventies.

09 Feb, 2018

Montano takes soca higher

Machel Montano has been the biggest name in soca for over a decade. The superstar Trinidadian does it all in the music industry; singer, record producer and songwriter.

10 Jan, 2018

Konshens’ star is rising

Dancehall singer Konshens became an international superstar almost immediately after bursting onto the music scene in 2005. As his name suggests, his music is more social commentary and observations rather than the gun, sex, bling and violence topics favoured by most Jamaican dancehall performers.

10 Jan, 2018

Holt at Mango Tree was electric

When John Holt performed in Cayman at Mango Tree in November 2012 the place was packed, naturally. He was reggae royalty and it was no wonder a diverse crowd came out en masse. It was organised by local DJ Super C who did an admiral job. We all sang in unison to virtually every word he crooned. His

04 Jan, 2018

Red Plastic Bag is soca gold

Red Plastic Bag, or RPG as many call him, or simply Bag, is a soca legend in his Barbados homeland, having won the title of Calypso Monarch at least ten times.

04 Jan, 2018
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