Tuesday Mar 4
The Miami Herald
Free Caribbean-reggae concert at Goulds Park on Friday
Miami-Dade Country Parks Recreation and Open Spaces Department presents a free Caribbean-reggae concert under the stars by Wyle Fyah at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Goulds Park, 21805 SW 114th Ave. The band has opened for many musical stars such as Jimmy Buffett, Third World, and Inner Circle.
Glowing tributes for Third World's Bunny Rugs
EMOTIONALLY charged moments characterised the Thanksgiving Service to honour the life of singer William 'Bunny Rugs' Clark, former lead vocalist for Third World.
Miss Dorritt Bent was born to serve
IF, indeed, it is appointed unto men once to die, as the Holy Bible assures us, then thanksgiving for lives well lived in service of one's fellow men must be equally relevant.
Bob Marley At 69
Bob Marley. Jamaica Reggae Music. This "Rastaman Supreme' has left his indelible mark upon the world during the very short time that "he trod down Babylon" and his music continues to inspire generation after generation with a topical freshness that is surprising at the 69th anniversary of his birth on February 6. 1945.
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Sly & Robbie are reggae royalty
Grammy Award-winning drummer Sly Dunbar and bassist Robbie Shakespeare may not be the world's greatest rhythm section, but they certainly rank near the top.
Remembering Bunny Rugs
Sometimes dreams come true in the most unexpected ways. Once upon a time-30 years ago to be exact-when I was a technical writer at the Boeing Commercial Airplane Company in cold, dreary and rainy Seattle, I dreamed of starting a new life in the sunny Caribbean.
Bunny Rugs's final set
Guitarist Stephen 'Cat' Coore, co-founder of the band, says three songs from the album features Rugs who died February 2 in Orlando, Florida at age 65. The album is a collection of covers of classic pop songs as well as Third World hits.