Tag : Marcia Griffiths

Island Spaces Promises ‘Magic at The Museum!’

(repost from Caribbean National Weekly) Caribbean culture, with it’s dialect, music, food and dance, has long been an impactful and influential force in Miami-Dade County and the global diaspora. Immigrants from all corners of the region have settled and made their homes in Florida, keeping close the identity and heritage of their origin. In recognition of Caribbean-American Heritage Month, the Island Society for the Promotion of Artistic and Cultural Education…

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MUSIC AND POLITICS COLLIDE ON 4CD BOX SET CURATED BY FORMER JAMAICAN PRIME MINISTER EDWARD SEAGA IN STORES NEXT WEEK

Reggae Golden Jubilee – Origins of Jamaican Music Includes Deluxe Packaging Resembling Hardcover Book, Extensive Liner Notes and 100 of the Island’s Most Celebrated Hits From Peter Tosh, Jimmy Cliff, Bob Marley, Yellowman, Shaggy, Buju Banton, Sean Paul and many more. Music has significantly shaped the political, social and economic DNA of Jamaica. As 2012 marks the island’s 50th year of independence, VP Records offers arguably one of the most…

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