Reggae music is no stranger to the theme of gun violence. Today we look at how some great reggae artists talk about the dangers of gun violence and the need for peace. Spread the word, the show and the positive mental attitude.
A lovely family of reggae artists intertwined in this episode. The Movement, Collie Buddz and Stick Figure. They are all friends, and of course they invite a whole bunch of other friends to join along! We are all one big reggae family!
Fortunate Youth kick off the Reggae Hour! Tunes from their new record, their old records, and so many featured artists. Plus a final track from Steel Pulse, a legendary reggae band they will be sharing the stage with in July!
Kyle Forester – who has played in the bands Woods, Crystal Stilts, and Purple Mountains – joins us from his home in Queens for an exclusive solo performance of songs from his new record.
Hearts… | watch
In this breathtaking collection of short fiction, his first-ever anthology, James Rollins brings together ten thrilling stories that dig a little deeper into his creative stomping grounds and open vistas into new landscapes and characters. | listen
Nasimiyu is a Brooklyn-based musician whose style has evolved over the years from her time in New Orleans making music to her deeply personal, experimental pop. Last seen on BTR Live Studio with the… | watch