This episode of the Reggae Lover Podcasts features an interview with Caribbean media personality and entertainment blogger, Red Carpet Shelley.
Shelley gives us her first-hand recap of the recent Welcome to Jamrock Reggae Cruise, answers a round of rapid-fire questions, shares her reggae lover journey and lets us know what she’s excited in 2020.
Episode 176 ( Season 5, Ep. 4) “The Red Carpet” with guest Red Carpet Shelley, Caribbean blogger, radio and media personality
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Buju Banton’s single, “Murder She Wrote” on Bad Boys Forever soundtrack.
Rebel Salute 2020 performances?
Dynamq vs Black Scorpio in Dubplate Display at Rebel Salute.
ATLANTA ROOTS REGGAE EVENT MOVES TO NEW NIGHT, BIGGER VENUE
For the past year, Rocksteady ATL, the only roots reggae event held regularly in the entire city of Atlanta, has been celebrated on the first Sunday of each month at Downtown Atlanta’s The Sound Table, located on Edgewood Avenue. Now the festivities will be moving to a bigger venue on a new night – Fridays, the night of the week perhaps most synonymous with going out and having a good time.
The new venue is Studio No. 7, at 393 Marietta Street in Atlanta, Georgia 30313. Rocksteady ATL will henceforth be held on the first Friday of each month, with the inaugural show hosted by Red Carpet Shelley at Studio No 7, booked for Friday September 4th, starting at 9pm and ending at 2am. Popular acts Highlanda Sound, DJ Passport, DJ Roots Queen and SuperPEC have already signed on for the event’s re-launch at the new venue.
In its first incarnation, Rocksteady ATL rapidly developed a strong reputation as a unique old-school reggae soiree powered by some of the best reggae roots acts in the South. At the new and bigger venue, guests will continue to enjoy world-class mixology along with critically acclaimed music in the same unique tradition that nightlife enthusiasts simply can’t find at any other spot in the city.
There is a $5 cover charge, with ladies admitted free until 12am. For more information about the bigger and better Rocksteady ATL, contact Kahlil Wonda at 404-552-0492 or email email@example.com.
The announcement of the 13 honorees for the 2015 Caribbean American Movers and Shakers Awards was officially made public on Friday May 15, 2015. The 2015 list of honorees highlights the best of the City of Atlanta, Georgia. The event will be held at the chic urban Caribbean restaurant Negril Village, on Sunday June 14, 2015 at 4pm.
The annual recognition identifies professionals and civic minded individuals of Caribbean heritage, living in the metro Atlanta area, who have contributed to the multicultural community. This year’s honorees include:
Consul General of the Bahamas Consul General Randy Rolle,
Television and Radio Personality Mr. Darian “Big Tigger” Morgan.
This year we will be recognizing our Youth Pioneer Honorees Phoenix Girls,
Humanitarian of the Year: Mr.Saurel Quettan,Food for the Poor,
and our Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree, Anthony Quan, CFO and Strategy- Pacific Group at The Coca-Cola Company.
The 2015 Caribbean American Movers and Shakers Awards include a series of award events, in the prime markets of Atlanta, Georgia, New York City and Miami, Florida, throughout the year. The Caribbean Media Network, in conjunction with affiliates, will host this memorable awards celebration on Sunday June 14, 2015, at Atlanta’s new urban chic multicultural hot spot, Negril Village Atlanta. This luxury venue is located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, which will serve as a tropical oasis for this year’s celebration. The event will start promptly at 4:00p.m.
The 2015 Awards event, will be feature Caribbean American entertainment, lifestyle, and culture specialist, Red Carpet Shelley, and a variety of celebrity presenters. The atmosphere will be highlighted by the International DJ’s Highlanda Sound along side some special invited guests.