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 10-11pm est .Osezua is an original and gifted reggae singer, songwriter, performer and producer. A dynamic conscious musician, he hails from Manchester, Jamaica . Osezua realized that singing was one of many calls in his life. As a youth he would jam with his older brother, who is also a talented guitar player. He learned to write as well as play keyboards, arrange and produce.  As an artist I will continue to deliver messages of unity, empowerment and liberation.   Blessings from Osezua-contact Mr. Goldborn@ 312.391.8356 or email osezuamusic@gmail.com 

 9-10pm est .In 1996, lead singer Jalani Horton founded the Bambú   Station Band. It would be a band that would create music  and write songs that reach into the difficult spaces in the lives of people. It would be a band that would have a  positive impact on the lives of people. It would strive to keep  a mighty torch lit - lit by ancestors and musician-prophets alike.On April 24, 2012, Bambú Station digitally released the “Children Of Exodus” album on iTunes, their 4th full-length band album. They also produced 3 fan favorite Various Artists compilations and 4 full length albums for other   

8-9 pm est Christopherle oneil ( Christopher Taurian) was  born in  Jamaica.  He attended Frome High School   ,Montego Bay Community College, and in 1990 the Arnold &  Carlton College in Nottingham England.   Christopherle Oneil style is inspired by famous singers like    Jimmy Cliff,  Bob Marley, Freddy Maggregor and Garnett Silk.   Lee’s style  is reminiscent of the established singer Glen  Washington. He is hoping to cement his popularity in the   UK, US and  the Caribbean with  his first single “Bless  Jamaica”. OUT-   AUG--2012 

 

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