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Alfonso D’Niscio Brooks was born in 1972 on the beautiful Caribbean island of St. Maarten. His father is a renowned singer as are many of his uncles, so his formative years were spent observing the development of music in all its genres. As a youngster, he endeared himself to stalwarts in the Caribbean music industry by helping with errands and assisting with the moving, setting-up and striking of band equipment. This created within Alfonso D’Niscio Brooks a passion for music and the need to be a part of the process in every way possible. Alfonso D’Niscio Brooks to launch his first company, Team Legendary, for the purpose of bringing Caribbean culture to a wider audience while raising money for society’s most vulnerable members. His first initiative was Carifest NYC (www.carifestnyc.com), a restructured reggae festival dedicated to exposing New Yorkers to the best of Caribbean art, fashion, food and music. Alfonso D’Niscio Brooks to pursue a wide range of positions within the industry including: Music Producer, Concert Producer, Promoter, Sound Engineer, Songwriter, Keyboardist, Poet, Director, Lover, Friend.Contact Info
Elliott began his career in the 1960s as part of The Flames, and in 1966 . "A Get It", "Girls Like Dirt", and "Hear What The Old Man Say". They later moved on to Vincent Chin's Randy's setup, recording "Give Thanks", "East to the Right", and a cover "Bridge Over Troubled Water", also working with Lee "Scratch" Perry, and released the self-financed "Sing A Long" in 1971 .He continued to write songs, one of which, "Black Star Liners", referring to Marcus Garvey's shipping line (Black Star Line
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