Garth Dennis goes back to Trench Town
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Garth Dennis goes back to Trench Town


by Howard Campbell
Observer Senior Writer

Garth Dennis belongs to a select group of reggae artistes who have been members of two successful groups. In his case, Black Uhuru and the Wailing Souls.

Dennis, 64, takes the spotlight on Trenchtown 19 3rd Street, his first solo album. The title is a nod to the area he grew up in Kingston which was a hub for artistic creativity in the 1960s.

The diminutive Dennis lives in Los Angeles, but is in Jamaica for his father’s funeral. Since Trenchtown 19 3rd Street‘s release in February, he has done a handful of shows to promote the set which belatedly introduces him as a lead singer.

“It just goes to show that even though I was so low-profile, this is what I’m capable of,” Dennis told the Jamaica Observer.

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