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Even after 52 years in the music business, Freddie McGregor can still be overwhelmed by the occasion. It was an emotional moment for the singer Sunday morning when he received a plaque from organisers of Reggae Sumfest for his contribution to the development of Jamaican music. "I really appreci ...
Big crowd for Rhapsody in Steel
HUNDREDS of patrons turned up at the Karram Speid Auditorium on Constant Spring Road in St Andrew, for Rhapsody In Steel, on Sunday afternoon. The show featured Trinidad-born, Toronto-based master pannist Darren Sheppard, as well as University of the West Indiesâs (UWI) Panoridim Steel Orch ...
Deep Jahi eyes another prize
The Jamaica Observer continues its features on the contestants in this year’s Festival Song Competition. MAGNUM Kings and Queens of Dancehall 2012 winner, Rushane ‘Deep Jahi’ Sanderson, is one of the 10 finalists in this year’s Jamaica Cultural Development Commission&rsquo ...

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