Michael Sean Harris & DeVices KOTE 2009 opened to a good crowd at Redbones Blues Cafe with a documentary by director Miquel Galofré entitled “Why Jamaicans Run So Fast”. This short film was a clever and reasonably balanced look at Jamaica’s track prowess and “why Jamaicans run so fast”, a
YardEdge checked in with Jamaican rockers, Gas Money, to see what they have in store for us for 2009… YardEdge: What would you say are your major accomplishments/activities for 08? Gas Money: Well the two that stand out most for us are, our stint at Jazz n’ Blues, and opening
Check out Gas Money at Grosvenor Galleries, November 26. They are for sure one of the most exciting ROCK bands on the scene today. For more on Gas Money, check out… Gas Money at Live Music Nation Show Interview with Gas Money band members
YardEdge talks to Gas Money about being rockers in the land of dancehall…. YardEdge: How did the band get started? Vernon: Vernon and Daniel met back in 2005. Both being into rock music and being guitar players they toyed with the idea of starting a band. Vernon, meanwhile, worked at
CRIMSON HEART REPLICA Where: Chilitos Restaurant, Hope Road When: September 16- 6pm till 11pm Admission: $300 Food and Drink on Sale Also performing: GAS MONEY BLUEGRASS BAND BE THERE!
Gas Money was the headlining act last night at the Live Music Nation’s show presented by Griot Music at Christopher’s last night. The night featured a wide variety of musical talent stretching from Seretse Small on jazz guitar who gave the crowd a special treat by also singing the blues
Help Live Music Nation make Jamaica the live music capital of the world! Live Music Nation shows begin this week- 3 venues, 4 nights, 4 artists. Tuesday, August 5: Christopher’s, Seretse Small Thursday, August 7: Christopher’s, Gas Money Gas Money Friday, August 8: Village Cafe, Ian Hird Ian Hird, Saxonphonist