We Remember Gregory Isaacs Tribute Album Coming Soon

Saxophonist and producer Dean Fraser has assembled an all-star cast of singers and musicians to pay homage to an icon of reggae. ‘We remember Gregory Isaacs’ presents sixteen of the legendary vocalists most loved songs.

The life and music of Gregory Isaacs is celebrated by producer Dean Fraser and an international cast of vocalists on ‘We Remember Gregory Isaacs’. This collection of hits and lesser known Isaacs’ recordings includes a bonus disc of instrumental versions performed by producer and saxophonist Dean Fraser. Featured performers include Tarrus Riley singing ‘Front Door’ and ‘My Number One’ performed by Gyptian.


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Reggae Sumfest to Recognize Beres for Contribution to Jamaican music

“We at Reggae Sumfest are very pleased to be presenting this great reggae artiste and felt that he deserves to be recognised for his enormous contribution to the growth and development of our music. A Reggae Sumfest without Beres never truly feels complete,” Gourzong added.

Hammond, who is easily one of Jamaica’s most prolific singers ever and who has a massive fan base, will be making his return to the festival after a three-year hiatus.

Known for his soulful voice and eclectic lovers’ rock ballads, Hammond’s discography consists of at least 18 albums and six compilations.

He is expected to wow the Sumfest audience with his timeless hits, among them Step Aside, Can’t Stop A Man From Trying, Standing In My Way, and She Loves Me Now, to name a few.

“Beres loves to perform at Sumfest because of the exceptional reception he gets. It’s been a while since he has graced the stage at Catherine Hall, and he has made it clear that he will be delivering one of the best sets locally, come July,” said Hammond’s manager Mervis Walsh.

Reggae Sumfest, set for July 17-23 at Catherine Hall in Montego Bay, promises to be an explosive affair featuring top acts such as international sensations R Kelly and Nicki Minaj, as well as Jamaican stars CeCile, Tifa, Kip Rich, Protoje, Jah Cure, Half Pint, and Konshens.


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Don Corleon Presents Dub In HD


Internationally acclaimed Jamaican producer Donovan “Don Corleon” Bennett unleashed his highly anticipated dub album aptly titled Dub In HD, on June 21, 2011, on his very own label, Don Corleon Records. Internationally-known and critically acclaimed for his work with pop stars such as Sean Paul, Rihanna and Keyshia Cole on Billboard chart-topping singles, as well as the who’s who in reggae and dancehall today, from Vybz Kartel to J Boog, Bennett is credited with keeping reggae music contemporary and on a competitive edge in the global music industry.

 Bennett’s vested efforts in keeping reggae on the musical forefront brings him full circle to dub, a subgenre of reggae that emerged in the 60’s and primarily consists of instrumental remixes of existing recordings. “I’m in love with music and the dub genre especially,” reveals Bennett. “People like the Mad Professor, King Tubby, Scientist and King Jammy really influenced me.”

Bennett yearned to learn from his dub heroes but was unable to do so and found himself watching them work in the studio via YouTube videos. After diligently studying their methods from their YouTube footage, Bennett was able to teach himself how to create dub, straight from the masters themselves. “This project is a real tribute to the forefathers of dub music and it is my way of keeping their music alive.”

The album consists of 10 tracks, which are all original Don Corleon productions including monster riddims Seasons and Changes, but are now composed in dub. It also includes tracks featuring artistswho appeared on the original riddims, thus Dub In HD sees appearances from reggae stars Buju Banton, Tarrus Riley, Jah Cure, Protoje, Natural Blacks and Jah9.

Dub in HD is distributed worldwide by all major digital retailers including iTunes and Amazon, and is also available on vinyl – the perfect platform for the resurrection of reggae’s renaissance format.

For more information, visit  www.DonCorleonRecordsOnline.com. Donovan “Don Corleon” Bennett is now available for interviews regarding Dub In HD. Please direct all press inquiries to FOX FUSE – Rhona Fox at (212) 300-3813 or rhona@foxfuse.com.


1.   Dread In Dub

2.   Drop Leaf In Dub

3.   Ghetto Life In Dub

4.   Istanbull In Dub

5.   Luv A Dub

6.   Major Riddim In Dub

7.   Seasons In Dub

8.   Sweet Treat In Dub

9.   Warning In Dub

10. Wrong Side In Dub 


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Top Reggae Music Entertainment in Atlanta Every 3rd Thursday


“In downtown Atlanta most parties exclude REAL REGGAE all night – WE INCLUDE ONLY REAL REGGAE MUSIC all night”

This all goes down at one of Atlanta‘s most beloved watering holes, The Sound Table.  Located at 483 Edgewood Avenue at the intersection of Boulevard.  Disc Jockey and Master of Ceremony duties will be juggled between selectors Highlanda Sound + DJ Osmose & DJ Passport.

General Admission is only $5, and look to enjoy free parking while space is available.

This exclusive event is organized by Highlanda.net, The Honorary Citizen, & Hilawe Productions in assoc. with The Sound Table, DJ Osmose and DAFLAVARADIO.COM

Please CHECK OUT The Reggae Vault Classics Podcasts and Audio from Previous Events here

PLEASE VISIT the following links for more information:

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