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Dennis Brown was born on 1 February 1957 at Jubilee Hospital in Kingston, Jamaica. His father Arthur was a scriptwriter, actor, and journalist, and he grew up in a large tenement yard between North Street and King Street in Kingston with his parents, three elder brothers and a sister, although his mother died in the 1960s. He attended Central Branch All Age School and later St. Stephens College. He began his singing career at the age of nine, while still at junior school, with an end-of-term concert the first time he performed in public, although he had been keen on music from an even earlier age, and as a youngster was a keen fan of American balladeers such as Brook Benton, Sam Cooke, Frank Sinatra, and Dean Martin. He cited Nat King Cole as one of his greatest early influences. He regularly hung around JJ's record store on Orange Street in the rocksteady era and his relatives and neighbours would often throw Brown pennies to hear him sing in their yard. Brown's first professional appearance came at the age of eleven, when he visited a local club where his brother Basil was performing a comedy routine, and where he made a guest appearance with the club's resident group, the Fabulous Falcons (a group that included Cynthia Richards, David "Scotty" Scott, and Noel Brown). On the strength of this performance he was asked to join the group as a featured vocalist. When the group performed at a JLP conference at the National Arena, Brown sang two songs - Desmond Dekker's "Unity" and Johnnie Taylor's "Ain't That Loving You" - and after the audience showered the stage with money, he was able to buy his first suit with the proceeds
Step into the studio with Hopeton Brown - The Musical Ambassador for your weekly lesson in Reggae Music.
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Sports talk today at 8pm Est. We will talk about the NCAA Tournament and what teams you will have in the final four. For the first time tournament team "UB Bulls" will face West Virginia in the first round of the Midwest Region. Also NFL talk and a look into the upcoming High School season. Also local MMA talent Dennis Brown will stop by to talk about his climb up the MMA ladder. Dennis is one of the top prospects in the North East Region and is a graduate of Lake Shore high School. The call in number is 646-915-9969. Follow me on twitter @TWMedia44, Facebook Trenton White Sports.
Carlton Livingston,born in Jamaica. Carlton began singing in church; Carlton mother Beryl and his older sisters were all very active in influencing Carlton.In 1970 relocated to Franklyn Town and started a sound system “Fantastic Three” with his friends Lone Ranger. Tony Walcott heard the talent in Carlton and Ranger, and took them along with new comers Welton Irie and Puddy Roots . 1978 Carlton record :( TALE of TWO CITIES). hits as (WHY)(HERE I STAND)and(PREDICTIONS).His first LP called “SOWETO” Carlton recorded (Mr. DJ) and (CUSS RASTA) for “U Brown’s” label, and also recorded (TRODDING) and (TRICKS) for Sly and Robbie’s “TAXI” label. Early 80,s Carlton recorded for Clive Jarrett’s “DYNAMITE RECORDS” include(RUMORS)MARIE)and(CONFUSION). Carlton recoeded for Clive Buisy (COLD WINTER).Carlton also linked up with Percy Chin and Junior from JA Life Records. created the dance hall hit (100lb A COLLIE WEED) In 1994 Carlton released a self produce CD called (Emotions) hits as (A NO ONE DAY) and (I SAW YOUR LIGHTS). Carlton most recent CD,s include (Un-Forgiven) (Jamadon-1099) and (Retrospect)(Lighthouse- which is a compilation of his greatest hits. His music has been covered by such singers as, Gregory Isaac, Dennis Brown, Sanchez, Carl Meeks and Shinehead. Carlton songs as been used by such Rap artist as KRS one and JA Rule .
United Souls Band creates in 1985.playROOTS/ROCKERS/SOUL/FUNK/HIPHOP
Band Members.Ed Dread: Band Leader/Bass.Jr Harlon: Strings.I. Gabe: Lead Vocals/Keyboards. Shiloh: Lead Vocals/Keyboards, JP: Percussion.NEW ALBUM STROBELIGHTS AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE!!! Awarded 'Reggae Band of the Year' by Virginia Reggae in 2010 and 2011. Current Location- Hampton,VA. General Manager- MegaBlast/RPM Management. Email- email@example.com. Booking Agent-Teddy Rainey
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Special Guest: ASANTE AMEN - 21 January 2015 @ 9 PM EST
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Source Nation! Join us today at 2 pm EST for another amazing show with 3 dynamic artists.
2:15- Reggae Sensation- E-Dee Dennis
3:15- Reggae Phenomenon- Lady Genius
4:15- Rapper- Marshall Knights
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Author Jeff Hastings will be stopping by The Author Chat show as part of his WNL virtual book tour to 'chat' with me about his book, The Most Successful Failure in the World.
About the book:
When a terminal diagnosis puts Alex’s non-stop working and partying life on a six-month deadline, things draw into tight perspective for the CEO and founder of Moss Global. He realizes that while he achieved everything he’d ever set out to do, the regret over what he’d sacrificed for success weighs heavily on his heart. He can’t go back in time, but can he change his daughter’s future? Or will the business he built tear her apart too?
About the author:
Jeff Hastings knows all about the good intentions that pave the road to success. He has been in your shoes and experienced great triumphs and tribulation and has lived to tell the tale. As a small business owner, he developed one of the largest and most productive sales teams in the Farmers Insurance Group of Companies. His team of over 60 insurance agents and 150 support staff generated an estimated $85 million in annualized premium. In one year, his district generated over $13 million in profit making him one of the most profitable district managers since the company’s inception in 1928.
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