Jamaica’s Dubtonic Kru Wins Global Battle of the Bands Competition
. Dubtonic Kru’s performance at “Scotiabank Presents the Global Battle of the Bands Jamaica 2010” last December. Last Saturday, Jamaica’s DUBTONIC KRU won the Global Battle of the Bands competition held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The band had won the local Global Battle of the Bands Competition produced by Griot
“Eclectic” Braves The Weather
Last Saturday’s “Eclectic” event at Susie’s Bakery in Southdale Plaza proved to be eclectic in tempo as well as lineup. Organized by Seretse Small’s Live Music Nation JA and Griot Music, the event was billed as a “party of extreme ESP- Extra Sensory Pleasure”.
Redbones Presents 90’s Rock Live Friday
This show was rained out. The new date is Friday, September 4th. This show features Wayne McGregor of Black Zebra, Sarah Couch and Fabian Pinkney of Gas Money. 21 Braemar Ave. 8:00pm. Line up looks great!
Live Music Continues Wednesdays At Suzie’s Bakery
Live music continues in Kingston every Wednesday at Suzie’s Bakery thanks to Griot Music. Tonight features singer/songwriter Bijean Gayle performing his originals with rising guitarist “Shortman” . No cover charge. Showtime 9:00 pm. Suzie’s Bakery, Southdale Plaza. For more information contact: 968-5030
Live Music Nation November Line Up
For more on Live Music Nation’s creator Seretse Small and Griot Music see Seretse Small of Griot Music Check out Gas Money at Live Music Nation Gas Money at Christopher’s
Live Music Nation Endorsed by Jamaica Tourist Board
Seretse Small, CEO and Founder, Griot Music Griot Music recently received an official endorsement for Live Music Nation from the Jamaica Tourist Board who have pledged their full support. Live Music Nation now offers quality live music shows four nights a week at different venues around Kingston. Targeting the Jamaican
Jamaican Rock Band, Gas Money, Delivers at Live Music Nation Show
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
Seretse Small of Griot Music, making Jamaica the live music capital of the world
YardEdge: Why are you an artist/musician? Seretse: Because I believe…I believe in the power of identity….the value of expression…the need for us as once enslaved people to be able to stand up whole and declare who we are. YardEdge: When did you first realize that you wanted to become one?