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Don’t miss this week’s RIFFIN’ w/ Dermot Hussey

Don’t be the one who misses this week’s RIFFIN” with Dermot Hussey… THE FRIDAY RIFF 1/25, 7 pm: FAST FORWARD, to Cutty Ranks and Dawn Penn. Singers, Lymie Murray, and Mark Wonder. Easy Star All Stars THRILLAH with The Green, Mojo Morgan, David Hinds and Luciano. Junior Blender’s...
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Dermot Hussey’s ‘Riffin’ Live Stream

Starting today, the MIDNIGHT RAVER BLOG will provide a weekly link-up to DERMOT HUSSEY”S ‘Riffin, a live stream which “follows the footprint that reggae blazed, and explores the musical genres it has impacted, be it Brazilian, African, South American, European and beyond.'” DERMOT HUSSEY can also be heard on Sirius/XM’s The Joint reggae...
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Dermot Hussey interviews Peter Tosh JBC Radio 1976

Below you will find an interview that Dermot Hussey conducted with Tosh on the JBC radio program “Progressions” in 1976.  1976 was a big year for Tosh as he released his landmark solo debut LP Legalize It and embarked on his first solo tour of the US.  Tosh speaks...
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Peter Tosh: MiniDocumentary (JBC) 1987

I have included an excerpt from a documentary produced by Dermot Hussey and the folks at the JBC upon Peter’s murder in 1987.  This “minidoc” includes rare performances, and interviews with Edward Seaga, Marlene Brown, Dermot Hussey, Jimmy Cliff, and several others.  The included live performance shots are...
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Exodus: An Historical Perspective

Reggae’s most transcendent and iconic figure, Bob Marley was the first Jamaican artist to achieve international superstardom, in the process introducing the music of his native island nation to the far-flung corners of the globe. Marley’s music gave voice to the day-to-day struggles of the Jamaican experience, vividly...
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