Bachannal heads to Morgan's Harbour

Friday, March, 9 2018    

As part of its strategy to provide varied experiences for revellers, Bachannal Jamaica moves its weekly fête to Morgan's Harbour in Port Royal this Saturday for the Baewatch Cooler Fête. Read More

Tarrus Riley on top with Graveyard

Friday, March, 9 2018    

Singer Tarrus Riley tackles the crime and violence affecting sections of the island, on his latest hit Graveyard . The song, produced by Tarik “Rvssian” Johnston, tops the Foundation Radio Network... Read More

The best of Stepping High

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Friday, March, 9 2018    

Organisers of Stepping High Festival in Negril have described last weekend's 15th anniversary show as its most successful. Read More

'Dance a yard before yuh dance abroad'

BY SADE GARDNER Observer writer | Friday, March, 9 2018    

Former dancer Keiva Di Diva believes the increase in dance workshops by Jamaican choreographers to foreigners is doing more harm than good. Read More

Prince Levy looks to Musical Messiah

Friday, March, 9 2018    

PRINCE Levy is set to rel ease his debut 14-track album Musical Messiah in May of this year. Read More

In celebration of women

Thursday, March, 8 2018    

The Jamaica Music Museum, in association with the National Library of Jamaica, will celebrate four outstanding Jamaican women with a cultural series titled, Four Women. Read More

Fifth staging of Supernova set for Rose Hall Aqueduct

BY ACEION CUNNINGHAM Observer West writer | Thursday, March, 8 2018    

MONTEGO BAY, St James - The fifth anniversary celebrations of Supernova Magic City is set to unfold at the Rose Hall Aqueduct on Saturday, March 17. Read More

JYC sings for South Africa

By Sade Gardner Observer writer gardners@jamaicaobserver.com | Wednesday, March, 7 2018    

THE Jamaica Youth Chorale (JYC) needs $9 million to achieve its goal of competing in the World Choir Games in Africa in July. Read More

Tropical House Tropical House remains on top

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Wednesday, March, 7 2018    

ORLANDO-BASED singer Leilani Wolfgramm enters the Billboard Reggae Album Chart this week at number three with Live Wire. Read More

After 12: Rocking Reggae Wednesdays

Wednesday, March, 7 2018    

Reggae Month activities were stepped up a notch on February 28 at another staging of the Reggae Wednesdays live show at Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre in St Andrew. Those who were fortunate enough to be there were treated to a night of super talent from a line-up that included... Read More

Myrna was simply spectacular

Wednesday, March, 7 2018    

GUESTS attending the eighth staging of Simply Myrna were treated to an evening of delightful music. The event's latest instalment was held at the Courtleigh Auditorium in New Kingston last Saturday. Read More

Inna De Yard goes int'l

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Wednesday, March, 7 2018    

A documentary by British director Peter Webber, focusing on veteran reggae artistes, has been picked up for major international distribution. Inna De Yard is the name of the project which features artistes such as Ken Boothe, Winston McAnuff, Cedric Myton and Kiddus... Read More

Bacchanal, dancehall mix brings out crowd

Tuesday, March, 6 2018    

BACCHANAL & Dancehall — the third in the Bacchanal Fridays soca party series — was a huge hit as it brought out thousands of fans to the Mas Camp venue in New Kingston last Friday. Read More

Ashaala shines at Jazz N Cabaret

By Basil Walters Observer writer | Tuesday, March, 6 2018    

American gospel singer Ashaala Shanae delivered big at Jazz N Cabaret In The Gardens at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston Sunday evening. Read More

Meet Gil Cang, the British reggae scout

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Tuesday, March, 6 2018    

Gil Cang, the British producer who announced last week that he found a lost demo of a song he did with a teenaged Amy Winehouse in 2001, has worked with a number of Jamaican and British reggae acts. Read More


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