Delightful sets at Evening of Excellence

DESPITE being bitter rivals on the track and football fields, members of Calabar High and Kingston College choirs lifted their voices in unison to create beautiful music at Evening of Musical Excellence held at Calabar's chapel on Red Hills Road in St Andrew on... Read More

Munga returns to court on May 29
The in camera hearing involving Munga Honorable was called up in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court in the Corporate Area yesterday.... Read More

Reggae stays on Billboard
 The Billboard Reggae Album Chart which appears weekly in Billboard Magazine, will not be discontinued. That assurance was given by Alex Vitoulis, the publication's associate director and chart productions manager.... Read More

Romain bumped by a Beast
After spending one week at number one with Lovesick , singer Romain Virgo has dropped to number four on this week's Billboard Reggae Album Chart. ... Read More

Dermot Hussey, Satellite Radio pioneer

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Wednesday, April, 18 2018    

This is the third in a 10-part series on Jamaicans who have made their mark on North American radio.  Read More

Munga back in court today

Wednesday, April, 18 2018    

MUNGA Honorebel is slated to appear in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court in the Corporate Area today. He was last there in February. Read More

Snow puts spin on Informer

Tuesday, April, 17 2018    

Canadian dancehall artiste Snow continues to observe the 25th anniversary of the release of his debut single Informer. Read More

Seaforth is best of the bands!

BY BASIL WALTERS Observer writer | Tuesday, April, 17 2018    

EVEN before they were announced winners of the Jamaica Best School Band (JBSB) competition last Sunday, celebrations for Seaforth High School erupted  inside  Vera   Moody  Concert  Hall at  the  Edna Manley  College  of the  Visual  and Performing  Arts in St... Read More

Promoting the One Love Peace Concert

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Monday, April, 16 2018    

This month marks the 40th anniversary of the One Love Peace Concert. The Jamaica Observer presents a series of stories leading up to its April 22 staging.  Read More

Bob Andy for Dis Poem Wordz Fest

Monday, April, 16 2018    

For the first in his more than 50-year career, singer-songwriter Bob Andy will be performing works from his expansive catalogue without singing when he makes his appearance on the 2018 staging of Dis Poem Wordz and Agro Festival. Read More

Grace Jerk Fest for June 10

Monday, April, 16 2018    

THIS year's staging of the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival is scheduled for RFK Stadium in Washington, DC, on June 10. The festival is in its third year. Read More

Kalado takes on Europe

Monday, April, 16 2018    

Kalado is currently on tour in Europe. The tour, which kicked off in early April, is expected to end in the first week of May.The deejay spoke about the progress he has made so far. Read More

Hitman Walle welcomes clampdown

Monday, April, 16 2018    

Singjay Hitman Walle welcomes the state of emergency imposed on the St Catherine North Police Division. Read More

Intence issues word of advice

Monday, April, 16 2018    

Intence believes that most acts of violence committed are as a result of broken friendships and betrayals. Read More

Hitting high notes with a Tennor

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Sunday, April, 15 2018    

HOLDING court in a Pembroke Pines Jamaican restaurant, an animated Albert “Clive Tennors” Murphy cruises down memory lane, giving the most minute details about The Tennors, the harmony group he co-founded 52 years ago. Read More


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