Live Music Nation
Click the links to read more on the artists playing this week in the Live Music Nation: TUESDAY, OCT 21: Mickey Hanson live at Christopher’s Jazz Cafe. *Jazz Trumpeter* http://griotpublishing.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=86&Itemid=67 WEDNESDAY, OCT 22: Seretse Small & the True Democrats at Grosvenor Galleries. *Jazz Guitar* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skENQE7y0z4 THURSDAY, OCT 23: Ricardo Suave
Della Manley is back on the live music scene in Kingston. Starting with two shows in Griot Music’s Live Music Nation series Wednesday October 8 at Grosvenor Galleries and Saturday October 11 at Heather’s Garden Restaurant, Della is focused on a new thrust in performance. Having focused on recording her
Live Music Nation launched “Wednesdays Rock” at Grosvenor Galleries last Wednesday. Billed as a “jam session” featuring a variety of Jamaica’s musicians and singers, “Wednesdays Rock” turned out to be just that and indeed presented a wide range of artists including some pleasant surprises. It was a relaxed vibe. Patrons
LIVE MUSIC NATION INTRODUCES ROCK JAM SESSIONS AT GROSVENOR GALLERIES. Starting this Wednesday, September 17. Bands performing include, Black Zebra, Crimson Heart Replica, Dre and KJ and Ska Rock Band.
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
Nina with Ozou’ne on keyboard, Paul Madden on bass and Neisan Hardy on drums Doing a mix of original and cover songs, jazz singer, NIna, was featured last Friday night at the Village Blues Bar. Performing to an enthusiastic crowd, Nina was well worth coming out for. A veteran of
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