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NY: Jamaican music pioneer Daddy U Roy, who ruled the charts in the 70s with hit singles, 'Penny For Your Song' (with Derrick Harriott); 'Stop that Train;' 'Dread in a Babylon;' 'Wake The Town;' 'Rule The Nation' and 'Wear You To The Ball' (with John Holt) is set to perform In Queens on Sunday, June 25. 'The Originator, as he is known, has earned an invitation to perform at New York's Groovin In The Park at Roy Wilkins Park where he will join reggae/rocksteady hitmaker Freddie McGregor, chart topper Ken Boothe and music magician Leroy Sibbles.
NY: On Memorial Monday, May 27, 2017, NY based Irie Jam Radio, 93.5 FM, WVIP will kick start the station's 25th anniversary celebrations with a mammoth Caribbean party billed Oracabessa BLISS that will take place at Eisenhower Park, Nassau County in Long Island, NY. Station CEO Bobby Clarke said the silver jubilee celebration will run for one year and will include numerous events and activities that will be unveiled in the upcoming weeks.
April 29th at Rooftop at E11EVEN.  Miami, FL (April 2017) - MIAMI ON BEAT is releasing their new EP next April 29th with an event to celebrate, at Rooftop at E11EVEN (9PM). The EP consists of three singles, one original track from the band and two adaptations of great classics from The Police and George Michael. The band was formed in 2013 and since then, they have been the official band for Miami Fashion Week, who now counts with Antonio Banderas as Honorary President.
Antigua's Reggae Ambassador, Causion has released his latest reggae song "Cold Sweat" produced by Maurice Gregory for MasTrak Music label. The song was originally done by Third World and featured the voice of former lead singer Bunny Rugs on the "Journey to Addis" album released in 1978. Causion's new version has introduced the song to a whole new generation of Reggae lovers almost forty years later with a new sound, giving it new energy while still maintaining the universal message of the original.
African American Entrepreneurs Seek their “Fair Share” of Revenue.  (Black PR Wire) New York, NY, --Black Spirit Group (BSG), a professional organization comprised ofAfrican American entertainment promoters and businessmen, is poised to begin a national community awareness campaign to educate African American concert goers on their buying power and the inequities in the concert industry that prevent their spending from impacting their communities. Specifically, BSG will highlight the systemic discriminatory practices of such concert promoters as Live Nation Worldwide, Inc., and Anshutz Entertainment Group (AEG).
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