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SOUNDS OF REGGAE CONCERT DREW OVER 10,000 Featured

Archive Written by  AKA Wednesday, 26 December 2012 09:38 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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    Reggae is alive and well. Thirteen thousand packed into the Sounds of Reggae concert, the climax of a year-long series of celebrations honouring Jamaica's 50th anniversary of independence.
 
The show, held on Dec. 12 was  the largest Jamaican music event in New York for 2012, the first reggae concert at Brooklyn's recently opened Barclays Center.
 
The BioLife Sounds of Reggae concert featured London born lovers' rock crooner Maxi Priest, dancehall superstar Shaggy, Ali Campbell's UB40 and Beres Hammond, regarded as one of Jamaica's finest practicing singer/songwriter. Presented by Jammins Entertainment, which has promoted reggae in the New York area since the late '80s, with title sponsorship provided by BioLife Energy Systems, the Sounds of Reggae Concert was a huge success..
 
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