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Live: Munga Honarable, Mr. Easy ,Billy Banton,The Tennors

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 Damian Rhoden  entered the Red Label Wine Superstar Competition with the original song Who Drink Out the Red Label Wine.Munga developed his versatile style as a prodigy of the 'fireman' Capleton before grabbing the attention of the nation as a solo act. Since releasing his hit single Bad From Wi Born in 2006, Munga has become a choiced artist on, stage shows. His Flippin Rhymes, I Came To Take My Place, Not At All and Earthquake are played at parties and radio stations. His high-pitched Sizzla-like singing style has producers clamouring to voice the artiste who hopes to one day be as prolific as a Capleton, Sizzla or Bob Marley.

Mr. Easy, Jamaican born, He cites Marvin Gaye, Donny Hathaway, Gladys Knight as well as Erik B and Rakim among his major musical influences. Mr. Easy was more than successful. Easy recounts how Sidney Mills, the keyboard player from Steel Pulse, helped him to write "Just Be A Lady". Easy received congratulations and encouragement from people like Patti LaBelle and Quincy Jones. The result of this early success was a record deal with Motown Records and the release of Mr. Easy's first album.

10-11pm In 2012, after 35 year hiatus, The Tennors have reunited ,George Murphy aka “Clive Tennors”, Ronnie Davis and new member Henry “Sadiki” Buckley, Jr. In 1962,  George Murphy aka “Clive Tennors” and Alvin (Cheng Cheng) formed a vocal duet called “The Tennor Twins”. They recorded their first songs for Duke Reid’s Treasure Isle label with The Skatalites as session musicians. In 1967, at the invitation of Clive and Prof., Norman Davis joined the group. ‘Sir’ Coxone Dodd,record their first released under the “Downbeat” label. Their song “Pressure and Slide” was their first recording as The Tennors and became the biggest hit in Jamaicafor the year 1967