All are invited to watch two mini productions at the Edna Manley College- School of Drama, one directed by Jamaican dancer/choreographer/director Neila Ebanks and the other by Jamaican international director/dub artist ahdri zhina mandiela who returned to Jamaica to direct this production. ahdri zhina mandiela’s bcurrent.ca website See article in Jamaica
CHR Performing Beautiful Mistake SAYS CHR: “a prelude to a trip…..goin 24 hours away from home.seeking my dream at the furthest end of the earth.spreading my crimson wings so i can be heard.i’ll be travelling to thailand for a week with diana king under new management…360 artists/simone harris.then i’ll be
This is an interesting look at dancehall music and how it affects and reflects Jamaican society. According to the producers, “Jamaican society can be divided along class, language and culture lines. Its rich vs. poor, English vs. Patois and uptown vs. downtown.
Check out Jamaica’s songbird Cherine Anderson along with Michael Franti & Spearhead on The Ellen Show. Last year this time they performed together this very same song here in Kingston at Red Bones… Michael Franti & Cherine Anderson at Red Bones
Check out this reggae website created by German reggae-phile Julian Schmidt (well known for his reggae concert photos). It’s a one stop shop for reggae news across the world. Also check out an interesting and funny article from Jamaican writer Karen Hutchinson on Beenie Man’s Summer Sizzle. Read article here www.reggaeville.com