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LIVE: Clinton Fearon, SEEFARI, AFRICANO aka Jeffrey Graham

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Clinton Fearon is one of  Jamaica's most talented musicians. His infectious bass riffs, guitar licks, percussion accents and powerful vocals make Clinton Fearon a living legend amongst reggae musicians and fans. At 17 he founded his first group, Fearon was a house musician for Coxsonne Dodds Studio One and Lee “Scratch” Perry’s Black Ark Studio, and composed bass lines for Yabby You, Jimmy Riley, Max Romeo, Junior Byles and others. In 2010 Clinton Fearon presents his masterpiece, Mi Deh Yah. Release first in Franceon the French label Makafresh, Mi Deh . Clinton Fearon is also touring in foreign countries, mainly in Canada, Braziland France.  They played at Dour Festival and Reggae Geel Festival in Belgium, Barbican Theatre in London, Garance Reggae Festival in France, and Reggae Jam in Germany.

SEEFARI's have received extensive radio airplay around the world, with heavy radio chart action and critical comparisons to Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Lee "Scratch" Perry and Pablo Moses. SEEFARI has won numerous awards and his music has been featured on TV and in films.SEEFARI has headline festivals across the USAincluding four years headlining the Houston,Texas-based Bob Marley Festival Tour and an astonishing 24 years straight at Dayton Reggae Fest.  SEEFARI has worked with many reggae legends including Toots & the Maytals, Wailers, Israel Vibration, Steel Pulse, The Congos, Pato Banton, Mikey Dread, Bushman, Yellowman, Sangie Davis and Beenieman 

 

Jeffrey Graham, the artist that is now known as Africano, is on the rise. Born in Jamaica, Africano grew up around the music with the like’s of other reggae artist’s such as Luciano and Mikey General to name a few.  Luciano gave him the name Africano. Current producer, Palma Taylor of Great River Entertainment or GR Entertainment.

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