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Bio of Don Drummond Gets Jamaican Launch for Groundation 2016

Heather Augustyn author of Don Drummond the Genius and the Tragedy

“I wrote this book because Roger Steffens once told me that there are over 500 books on Bob Marley, but not one book on Don Drummond,” explained Heather Augustyn.

Jamaica Music Museum Explores Don Drummond Through Poetry, Music and Musings

Jamaica Music Music explores Don Drummond for Reggae Month 2016

The Jamaican Music Museum’s Reggae Month Groundation series breaks new ground in 2016, by focusing on a single musician. The 2016 series will pay keen attention to the legendary, enigmatic trombonist Don Drummond.

Clinton Hutton Penetrates Morant Bay Rebellion with Colour for Colour Skin for Skin

Clinton Hutton Takes a Looks into Morant Bay Rebellion with Colour for Colour

Ian Randle Publishers recently launched Clinton Hutton’s Colour for Colour Skin for Skin: Marching With the Ancestral Spirits Into War Oh Morant Bay, an exploration of the Morant Bay Rebellion and the surrounding economic, philosophical and cultural factors t

The Stepping Razor and the OM - Peter Tosh Symposium 2012

Peter Tosh

Since it was announced that this year the Order of Merit, the third highest honour of Jamaica, would be posthumously conferred on Reggae Legend Peter Tosh, the court of public opinion has held numerous petty sessions about whether Tosh deserved it or whether he would have accepted it.

Equal Rights: Reggae and Social Change - Exploring Revolution though Cover Art

Members of the Blue Glaze Mento Band

The Jamaica Music Museum opened its first major exhibition Equal Rights: Reggae and Social Change at its interim home at the Water Lane exhibition space, Institute of Jamaica, Downtown Kingston, on Sunday August 12, 2012.