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Gramps Morgan

Dub / Reggae

Roy Morgan, a member of the internationally renowned reggae group, Morgan Heritage, was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Springfield, Massachusetts with his parents and 29 other siblings. Gramps is one of the legendary Denroy Morgan’s seventeen sons and was affectionately given the name “Grampa” on the day of his birth by an

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Melba Joyce “Jazz Standard Heritage Club”

jazz

Melba Joyce lives in Harlem NY and is respected as one of the last great female jazz singers of “old school Harlem”.

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Ellene Masri

Jazz / Latin

Ellene Masri, songwriter, guitarist and performer, has just released her debut self-produced, written, composed and arranged album “Music”, a mixture of various cultural influences inspired by her mixed roots, her travels around the world and her many musical encounters, under her own label “MUSIC TALKS” on November 1st.

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Najma Akhtar

World music

Najma Akhtar, vocalist, composer and actor, has been at the forefront of the World Music scene for the last two decades.

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Mad Professor

Dub / Reggae

On the content of his character, and by the results of his recordings, he is one of the sanest record producers.

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ALPHA BLONDY

Dub / Reggae

ALPHA BLONDY “VISION” It has been a little over three years since we last received recording news from Alpha Blondy. Naturally, the man who put Ivory Coast on the reggae map by proving the genre was not exclusive to Jamaica has continued to tour the world with his band, Solar System. On the record front

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Patricia Kaas “chante Piaf”

jazz

“Kaas chante” is Patricia Kaas’ new project, focusing on 21 of the great Edith Piaf’s iconic titles.

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Bonnie Tyler

rock

With a career spanning four decades and a voice instantly identifiable the world over, Bonnie is the international first lady of rock.

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Albano Carrisi

Pop

Italian pop singer Albano Carrisi was born May 20, 1943, in the town of Cellino San Marco. His uncommon name, often found written Al Bano, came from his father’s Albanian post during World War II. Like many Italian singers, Al Bano first proved himself as a musician participating in the nation’s extensive song festival and

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