Sunday Dec 8
The Heptones starts the ball rolling
The Jamaican recording group of the 1960s, The Heptones - Earl Morgan, born in November 1945, Barrington Llewellyn in December 1947, and Leroy Sibbles in January 1949 - hailed from Trench Town, an expansive community that is a migrant area for rural folks looking for a better life.
Junior Murvin recalls a classic
DURIING the summer of 1976, singer Junior Murvin hooked up with Lee 'Scratch' Perry to create what became the classic song, Police and Thieves.
Christmas comes early at Time Out Sports Bar
It was like early Christmas, as scores of entertainment lovers flocked the Glendon Court Plaza in Old Harbour, St Catherine, recently, to get their groove on.
David Rodigan Helms Upcoming 'Masterpiece' Mix Album
Legendary British broadcaster and sound clash DJ David Rodigan will helm the next edition of Ministry of Sound 's Masterpiece mix album series.
Leroy Sibbles - best-known Heptones member
Leroy Sibbles is perhaps the best-known member of the very popular Jamaican vocal trio of the 1960s - The Heptones.
Album Review: Passafire 'Vines'
If Island Records' complete late-'60s and early-'70s catalog was thrown into a blender-including not only the reggae of Bob Marley & The Wailers and The Heptones, but the progressive rock of Traffic and Emerson, Lake & Palmer, the folk-rock voyages of John Martyn and Fairport Convention, and the art rock excursions of Roxy Music and Sparks-the ... (more)