Rootz Underground will be on the road again in March/April. Their upcoming dates are March 24th- Negril, Jamaica Spring Break show for Soul Rebellion April 24th- Austin, Texas at Flamingo Cantina April 25th- Houston, Texas at the Houston International Festival April 26th- Lafayette, Louisiana at the International Festival
This is the last in a series of interviews with Jamaican dancers and choreographers who participated in the recent Jamaica Dance Umbrella showcase. YardEdge: Why are you an artist/dancer and when did you first become one? Kyisha: Dancer/ Choreography- At nine years old doing ballet at Vickers Dance Studio
Crimson Heart Replica celebrated her birthday and new music on Wednesday at Brand New Machine with friends and fans. Fans were treated to CHR’s new tunes, free CD’s, T-shirts and red lollipops… Steve “Urchin” Wilson, Crimson Heart Replica, Farenheit
Kingstonlogic 2.0 / Directors Cut from Rickards Bros. on Vimeo. Kingstonlogic 2.0 is the second video release from the album of the same title by Waterhouse, Kingston artist Terry Lynn, and the second video directed by the Rickards Bros. for the artist.
Left to Right: Carter Van Pelt, Jon “FX” Crawford, Consul General Brown-Metzger, Sharon Gordon, Ed Robinson, Sheron Hamilton-Pearson, Cristy Barber, Anthony Turner Photo contributed by Sharon Bennett On Wednesday, March 4th the Coalition to Preserve Reggae music (CPR) in association with ZYNC TV New York Links hosted a community forum
YardEdge talks to dancer Stefanie Thomas, one of the dancers in the recently concluded Jamaica Dance Umbrella. The festival was an exciting display of the diverse dance talent that we have in Jamaica. Congratulations to all the organizers and hope to see it again next year! YardEdge: Why are you
Wing Lung Kung Fu, Tai Chi & Submission Fighting is the only traditional kung fu school in Jamaica. Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), a form of Full Contact Fighting, has been a steady part of the Wing Lung training curriculum for the past ten years.
The Afflicted Yard Presents… Jason Kohn’s acclaimed documentary Mandabala. Mandabala is a visually stunning film with an equally impressive soundtrack that uses dark humour and beautiful cinematography to explore the various facets of kidnapping in Sao Paulo and its effects on people and businesses there.