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Live Chat : Reggae Star Boom Dawn, Home-T & Glen Da Costa

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Live Chat : Reggae Star Boom Dawn, Home-T & Glen Da Costa .

Glen DaCosta has a very colorful past. From being Bob Marley's saxophone player to accompanying many bands such as Gladys Knight And The Pips, Lou Ralls, Alpha Blondy, Ray Goodman, Burning Spear, Bunny Wailer, and many other prominent artists throughout the years. Glen also wrote, composed and sings the King of Reggae, a single dedicated to Bob Marley which is to be packaged in his forthcoming book "The Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth, So Help Me Bob". Check out the ad on this page to purchase the single and also check out some footage of Glen in the studio, a road trip to Nine Mile where Bob grew up, interviews with Bob's English teacher and his Principal of his school and much more...

Heather Harding aka Boom Dawn, Singer, Dub poetess, DJ and song writer, Born in Jamaica. She started singing on the church junior choir at the age of eight years old, and has performed at schools, churches, concerts and festivals.  In High School she was the lead singer of the African Star band .She has also auditioned for the Tastee talent show competition reaching the semifinals in 1998, 2000, 2001, and 2007. In 2004 she did backup vocals for Sugar Minott at the Reggae Sumfest in Jamaica. She also performed at East Fest in 2007 as a solo act. Since 2009, she has been a part of the Voices for Climate Change Education. This is a project sponsored by Panos Caribbean and National Environmental Education Committee (NEEC) and promotes about twenty (20) artistes traveling to schools and communities, edutaining students and community members about climate change and its effects.

The original members of Home-T 4. (Home-T)
Rudolph Manning, Junior Gentles, Leroy Bennett and Orville Bagga Case at Bagga's house Tower St. KGN JA 1973 Mr Fire was their first recording in 1972.
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