Open Doors Records to mark anniversary with live show on June 17
Jason "Jahson" Bromfield (right) of Open Doors Records and singer Duane Stephenson.

Open Doors Records, an independent company based in Orlando, Florida, marks its first anniversary since moving to 722 North Hastings St in that city, with a live show there on June 17.

Several artistes who have recorded for the label are scheduled to perform on the event including Everton Blender, Duane Stephenson, Jah Niceness and Isha Blender.

Jamaican Jason “Jahson” Bromfield and his wife Lola are principals of Open Doors Records which actually launched in 2020 at a different location. It has released a handful of projects including ‘riddim’ compilations and an album by Jah Niceness.

According to Bromfield, who is also the studio’s chief engineer, there has been even more activity since Open Doors moved to its new venue.

“I have been working a lot harder than ever before. I also appreciate that I can spend time on a project, having all the tools that I need in the studio,” he said.

In April, the label released its Red Cotton Riddim album featuring songs on the beat of that name. It has songs by Jah Niceness, Isha Blender and Norris Man.

Bromfield learned his trade as an engineer at some of Jamaica’s top recording facilities. Prior to launching his own business, he worked with producers Jack Scorpio, Junior Reid, Donovan Germain and Richard Bell.

While at the latter’s Startrail Records, Bromfield was engineer for hit songs such as Family Man by Everton Blender and Raid The Barn by Anthony B.

He is pleased with the progress of Open Doors Records to date.

“This event allows us to celebrate our accomplishments from the previous year with music industry friends, family and clients,” said Bromfield.

Howard Campbell

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