Dawn Penn is a Jamaican reggae singer. Her earliest recordings were composed/written by her around 1966 using session musicians. In 1967, she recorded rock-steady single You Don't Love Me, produced by Coxsone Dodd at Studio One. Other hits; Why did You Leave, Broke My Heart, I Let You Go Boy, To Sir With Love, Here Comes the Sun, By 1870 Penn left the music industry, moved to Virgin Islands, however facing racism there, she returned to Jamaica in 1987 and to music. Her biggest single; You…
Revisiting Rockers: Why the Styles of the ’70s Reggae Cult Classic Still Endure
In 1978, Rockers brought Caribbean “stylee” to the world—a loud, colorful, instinctive mix of Western spaghetti, Bruce Lee references, and plenty of flare that is still undeniably cool.
Bigger Boss Parlour
. Bigger Boss Parlour are: Colonel Titus and Madame Colonelle, couple obsessed about reggae, skinhead culture and travelling around the globe seeking new nighters and gigs to attend:)