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Novel-T's professional musical career blossomed in the early 90s when she migrated to South Florida from Jamaica. Performing all around South Florida and other States in the USA as the lead singer with various bands,has helped to establish her presence in the local music industry where she has had the honor of sharing the entertainment stage with revered icons and legends who have inspired her over the years, and for whom she has the deepest respect.Performing alongside and/or sharing the stage with great icons,such as Marcia Griffiths, Bob Andy, J.C. Lodge,Ken Booth, Pam Hall, Third World Band Calton Coffie, Freddie McGregor,Glen Washington, Mikey Spice, Horace Forbes, Dobby Dobson, Scotty,Cynthia Schloss,Phillis Dillon, Eric 'Monty' Morris, Ken Lazarus, Byron Lee & the Dragonaires and others.She has collaborated on several projects in the studio with renowned entertainers both in Jamaica and the US .
Pluto Shervington,also known as Pluto (born Leighton Shervington,13 August 1950, Kingston, Jamaica), is a reggae musician,vocalist,engineer and producer.His output is mostly representative of soca styled reggae,and over the years Shervington gained a reputation as a talented bass guitarist, as well as for his fine vocal interpretations. He is best known for his single “Dat” about a Rastafarian with a secret liking for pork, contrary to his faith - which achieved considerable chart success internationally in 1976.He got into the Top Twenty in the UK Singles Chart again some six years later,with another best selling cut, entitled “Your Honour”.This song dealt with a prisoner’s courtroom pleas of innocence, in the face of insurmountable evidence to the contrary. www.crsradio.com 661-467-2407 tessanne chin (c) 2013 www.crsradio.com copyright all rights reserved
The Meditations are a reggae vocal harmony group from Jamaica formed in late 1974. They have released several studio albums and are still performing in the 2000s and today.The Meditations were formed in late 1974, when Danny Clarke left The Righteous Flames, recruiting Ansel Cridland (previously of The Linkers) and Winston Watson. After releasing singles credited to the individual members, they began recording as The Meditations in late 1976, shortly after which they released their biggest hit, "Woman Is Like a Shadow", which sold over 45,000 copies in its first month of release. They recorded in the mid-1970s for producers such as Dobby Dobson, Joseph Hoo Kim, and Lee "Scratch" Perry, their righteously Rastafarian style gaining comparisons with The Mighty Diamonds.Their first album, Message From The Meditations, was released in 1977.The Meditations sang backing vocals on a number of Bob Marley songs, including "Blackman Redemption," "Punky Reggae Party," and "Rastaman Live Up", as well as providing backing for Gregory Isaacs, Jimmy Cliff and The Congos (on their Heart of the Congos album).They appeared at the One Love Peace Concert in April 1978, officially a commemoration of the 12th anniversary of Haile Selassie's state visit to Jamaica, but more famous for the handshake between Michael Manley and Edward Seaga when they joined Bob Marley on stage.The Meditations 1983 album, No More Friend was produced by Linval Thompson and featured The Roots Radics, and saw them adapting to the prevailing dancehall sound.Cridland left the group, leaving Clarke and Watson to record 1988's For The Good of Man without him, but they were reunited for 1993's . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Meditations email@example.com 661-467-2407
International Reggae Artist LUCIANO,Rankin Scroo,Marcia Ball chat live with Dr.Ev.Luciano Jepther McClymont OD, is a Jamaican second-generation roots reggae artist and poet. He began recording in 1992, with his first single "Ebony & Ivory" on the Aquarius Record label, followed by his debut album Moving Up for RAS records. Luciano is the seventh of nine children and was born to extremely spiritual and musical parents.Luciano rose to prominence in the mid-1990s, at the height of the "Rasta Renaissance" in dancehall music, beginning with the album One Way Ticket in 1994. After Silk's death in late 1994, many looked to Luciano to continue consciousness in reggae music. He stated "Garnett was like a brother, a father, a tutor, a forerunner. When he moved on I knew the work for me became harder still."Rankin Scroo: International Reggae Artist, Rankin' Scroo was born in Jamaica. New York City became Rankin's first home abroad where he performed with numerous sound systems and live bands. His vitality and intensity of expression carried his artistry from the Atlantic to the Pacific, pioneering reggae music in the Hawaiian Islands where he formed "Crucial Youth Productions", Rankin' Scroo and Ginger have won numerous awards and honors for their works and are highly regarded as veteran performers in the San Francisco Bay Area.Marcia J.Ball Born in England the singer/songwriter began her musical career at age 6. Marcia's childhood was surrounded with music and musicians,the family formed a group called Rumbling Express consisting of all Marcia's siblings. In 1976 Edna Sievwright, a disc jockey on WLIB radio, offered Rumbling Express an opportunity to performed as a backing band/vocals to artists as: Dobby Dobson, The Israelites, Pat Kelly, Cornell Campbell, Don Bloom, Norris Weir of the Jamaicans, Tyrone Taylor, GT Taylor and Jimmy Riley. call 661-467-2407
Dobby Gibson’s first book of poetry, Polar, won the 2004 Beatrice Hawley Award and was a finalist for the 2006 Minnesota Book Award. He is also the author of a second collection of poetry, Skirmish. Gibson's poetry has appeared in many publications: Ploughshares, Fence, Iowa Review, New England Review, Conduit, and among other publications. He is the recipient of a poetry fellowship from the McKnight Foundation. He currently lives in Minneapolis.
Mr. Tim Burke is a Visual Effects Supervisor and had joined the Harry Potter family in 2001 with Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets. In July of 2011 he delivered the final episode of this remarkable saga with Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2. Over the last 11 years, the brilliant effects work achieved with the Harry Potter films has helped to create a concentration of talent in the Soho visual effects community in London unlike anywhere else in the world. The infamous Mill Film, the Visual Effects company started by Tony and Ridley Scott that Tim was a co-founder of was an early part of this development. Tim was acknowledged this year with the visual effects work he achieved in Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1 with an Academy Award Nomination, a BAFTA nomination, a Visual Effects Society Nomination and his team winning the Visual Effects Society Award for Best Animated Character for Dobby. Tim has received numerous nominations and awards in his career including an Academy Award won for Gladiator and Academy Award nomination for Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban. You can email your questions to 123FilmEasy@gmail.com Link: www.123FilmEasy.com Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Dr. David Bruner is the Spiritual Leader at Center for Spiritual Living, San José. His irreverent sense of humor and “everyday kind of guy” style makes him adored by his congregation – that and his love of God, people and animals, Harry Potter and a peculiar fondness for People Magazine, Taco Doritos and great neckties.
He is funny, very funny, although when asked he will tell you, “looks aren’t everything.” He is a compelling, charismatic speaker known and loved for his practical, often unorthodox approach to spirituality.
He moved to San José from his native Los Angeles in 1999, after serving in an official capacity in the United Church of Religious Science home office. As Manager of Growth, Education and Ministries (GEMs) for the denominational headquarters, David was responsible for worldwide educational records; administering the licensing process of all ministers and practitioners; overseeing the creation of churches and study groups; upholding ministerial, practitioner and educational codes of policies and procedures and helping with sensitive and confidential code violation allegations. The transformation of the GEMs’ public image and the up-leveling of service to his constituency are attributed to David’s commitment and skill in ministry.
Dr. David has left a mark of friendliness and service in each position he has occupied on his journey from Practitioner through Ministerial School to assistant minister in North Hollywood to GEMs Manager. David is a visionary leader; creative, passionate, authentic and above all, a people person. He is very well known in the Religious Science community and he is committed to Religious Science and the people who love it. He lives his ministry and walks the talk. Being called to the greater Bay Area to serve as Spiritual Leader of Center for Spiritual Living, San José is the fulfillment of his lifelong dream.
Dr. David resides in Oakland with Mauricio Lopez and their two dogs, Dobby and Winky.
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