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Mellow Moods Sundays with Warren 60s, 70s, 80s 90s Reggae R&B Doo Wop Soul Ska Go down Memory Lane and rekindle the Vibes Get Nostagic. Groove and Chill
When you live in Jamaica it is no less vibrant than anywhere in the world. In Ensom City the playlists ranged from Nat King Cole to Bing Crosby Frank Sinatra to Louis Armstrong Alton Ellis Prince Buster Lord Creator Chubby Checker Fats Domino Bob, The BeeGees, Beatles John Holt Neil Diamond The Manhattans, etc
Since 2009 we have been broadcasting The Reggae Roll Call Show presented by Ensom Vibes host Warren Z Since the 1970s ENSOM CITY HAS BEEN A MINI MECCA of creative strident JAMAICANS - LISTEN TO GREAT REGGAE DANCEHALL LOVERS ROCK STUDIO ONE THERE WILL BE A VARIETY OF COMPUTERIZED AND TRADITIONAL RIDDIMS. SIT BACK ENJOY THE ENJOYABLE CARIBBEAN BEATS WE HAVE THE BEST RISING STARS FEATURE NOT JUST LEGENDS - ALL GENRES WILL BE PLAYED AS WELL BUT REGGAE TAKES THE CENTER STAGE
WE SUPPORT ALL THE POSITIVE ARTIST WHO MAY BECOME FUTURE WELL KNOWN ARTIST.
Step in to the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown. Log on to discuss the message behind the music. Music is divine, univeral and a tool to empower the youths.
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KING MOHICAN playing all festival songs 1966 -2014 Happy Independence Jamaica
KING MOHICAN Rub-Dub -Tuesday Live Now! The Best of Jamaica's Reggae Music
Vivienne Tanya Stephenson
Tanya Stephens, (born 2 July 1973, Kingston, Jamaica, as Vivienne Tanya Stephenson (although some sources say Vivienne Tanya Stephens)) is an influential reggae artist who emerged in the late 1990s. Stephens is most known for her hits "Yuh Nuh Ready Fi Dis Yet" — the single was later featured on the Reggae Gold 1997 compilation album — and "It's a Pity", which achieved Tanya international recognition. She and life partner Andrew Henton have together co-founded Tarantula Records.
This is a trip down Memory Lane. Jack and Dale recall all those little things that made growing up on the 60s and 70s great. Transistor radios, UHF TV, bubble gum cards, toys, comic books, school, and SO much more. Call in and share all your favorite things about the 60s and 70s
The song you are looking for is "Best Dressed Chicken in Town" by Doctor Alimantado. It plays during the scene when Hancock throws the French kid Michelle/Michael into the air. You can find the video for the song at the link below.
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Rebel Music - The Bob Marley Story(2001)
When you think of Reggae music, you most likely think of Bob Marley first. Musical genius, innovator, cultural icon, inspiration to millions… Bob Marley means so much to so many people, but how much do you really know about his life?
This is an excellent documentary that explores Bob Marley’s life, from his humble beginnings to his tragic death, providing a new perspective of the people and events that made Bob the man he became.
It’s a truly fascinating story and for me it definitely enhanced my appreciation, enjoyment and emotional connection to his music.
I strongly recommend this film for reggae music fans and documentary film buffs alike.
Hezron Clarke was born and raised during his earlier years in the District of Moy Hall District, St. James, Jamaica, before migrating to the U.S.A. Whilst in Jamaica; Hezron developed his talent, being an ardent member of his church choir. His musical gift was evident to his family and friends who facilitated its development however possible. After his migration, Hezron continued to expand on the dexterity of his vocals by naturally transitioning into singing R & B, but was not entirely satisfied within that genre, as his calling was deeply embedded in the rich Reggae music of his homeland. As such, he was compelled to return to Jamaica to fulfil his true calling of being an outstanding Reggae artiste. Hezron’s latest performance at the 2012 staging of the “greatest one night reggae show”- “STING”, has left no doubts in the minds of the public as to his versatility, and vocal dexterity,
Narda "NADIVA DEVEREAUX" Malcolm was born in Montego Bay, Jamaica. In 2002 she entered the Jamaica Festival Song Competition and was placed 3rd in the entire island. She has entered and won several local contests and prizes in Jamaica. One of these great prizes was a scholarship to study Hospitality Management in the United States. While in college she majored in Hospitality Management with a minor in Music Production and Performance. In 2007, she graduated with honors from Hocking College in Nelsonville, Ohio. Then from Virginia State University in 2009 and the University of Delaware in 2012. Nadiva's talents are not limited to singing and song writing. She also makes some of the beats for her songs. Her repertoire consists of R & B, easy listening Reggae,Dance Hall Reggae, pop and soul. firstname.lastname@example.org call in 661-467-2407
LIVE CHAT: REGGAE ROUND TABLE CHAT Music 101 and Reggae Star Nadava
Step in to the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown.
Log on to discuss the message behind the music.
Music is divine, univeral and a tool to empower the youths.
Wednesdays -9 - 12 pm EST
Dial in (661) 467-2407
REGGAE ROUND TABLE CHAT: Accounting & Legal Issues-Things You MUST Know music 101
An Account Manager in the music industry is more senior than an account executive. They will make more strategic business decisions. In the music industry they may be responsible for a band or solo artist, a record label or perhaps an agency, publication, music TV or digital music service. The Account Manager will likely be responsible for a portfolio of clients or brands.http://us.music-jobs.com/jobtypes/account-manager-jobs-413282.php
The growth of ancillary revenue streams for artists that are not related to music are critically important, such as sponsorships/endorsements ,opportunities in television, book publishing, and creative forms of merchandising. The music industry, which began as a product-based business, has quickly evolved into a service-based business over the past several years despite the fact that the U.S. Copyright Act and other laws do not currently support the transformations. Also examined are arrangements between record companies and artists; production deals, producer agreements and other legal and business issues that arise in the recording studio; trademark and rights of publicity; topics and agreements relating to music publishing rights; monetizing downloads and subscription services; and discussions pertaining to fans, brands, social networking sites, and cultural communities as they affect music, copyrights, and merchandising in a global music market.
411’s Larry Csonka is back to review the latest DVD set from the WWE, <I>The Best of Sting</I>. Larry will look at all three discs of the set, discuss each and every match included, break down the positives and negatives of the set, give an overall score, likely tell some stories, explain why he doesn’t care what 1995 Sting thinks in 2014 and much more. How good was the latest DVD set from the WWE? Listen to find out...
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