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Live Chat: Reggae Legend Bronco Knowledge (Delroy Fowlin ) Trench Town Historian

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, Bronco Knowledge (Delroy Fowlin ), grew  un in Trench Town around the greatest: Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, Alton Ellis and his uncle Scully Sims among others.

Bronco Knowledge is a founding member of the group Knowledge in the 70s, which comprises :Anthony Doyley, Michael Samuels, Errol Mcfarlane, Michael Smith and of course himself. Delroy first album “hail dread” recorded at Lee Scratch Perry ‘s Black Ark studio and produced by Tappa Zukie was distributed by A&M compagny then reedited by French label Makasound under the name “Straight outta trenchtown”.Delroy compose and write   2 essential roots “Sentry” and “Zion.”

With Knowledge bronco participated in different shows as WHITE RIVER REGGAE BASH, and went on tour in Trinidad alongside Bunny wailer, Mutabaruka, Judy Mowatt, Scully Sims and many others …After the tragic death of two members of the group and the departure for England of Anthony Doyley, Bronco recorded during the ’80s and ’90s solo pieces that will compile on his album “Tell me something” album released in late 2000 by Jet Star . albums recorded in the Lagos and tuff gong studios ; with Earl China Smith, his companion of Trenchtown school Dean Fraser and his uncle Scully Sims as harmonies and percussion.

Bronco in 2010 recorded his latest album “More Knowledge for the people” bringing together some of the best reggae musicians in France. “Tell me Something” and “More knowledge for the people” are available on Indiz.fr and soon on all Legal platforms. Bronco currently working on two other albums. www.crsradio.com/ www.caribbeanradioshow@gmail.com 661-467-2407

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