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Anthony B – Limited Appearances in the Pacific Northwest

Veteran reggae artiste Anthony B is set for six appearances on the west coast USA starting October 27 to November 6, 2016.

Anthony B tour dates are as follows;

Thursday, October 27, 2016rfg
Moe’s Alley
1535 Commercial Way, Santa Cruz, CA 95065
Phone: (831) 479-1854

Friday, October 28, 2016
Blue Lake Casino and Hotel
777 Casino Way, Blue Lake, CA 95525
Phone: (877) 252-2946

Thursday, November 3, 2016
The Capitol
190 NW Oregon Ave, Bend, OR 97701
Phone(541) 678-5740
Tickets: 1 & 2

Friday, November 4, 2016
Hawthorne Theatre
1507 SE 39th Ave, Portland, OR 97214
Phone: (503) 233-7100

Saturday, November 5, 2016
Columbia City Theater
4916 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118
Phone(206) 722-3009

Sunday, November 6, 2016
HiFi Music Hall
44 E 7th Ave, Eugene, OR 97402
Phone(541) 636-3292

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Ready for Rio says Grange


Jamaica is ready for the Olympics, says Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Olivia Grange.

She was speaking with JIS News at the inaugural staging of the Racers Grand Prix held on Saturday (June 11) at the National Stadium in Kingston.

The international track and field event, organised by the Racers Track Club, attracted some of the world’s leading athletes.

“I think tonight is just awesome. We have the best athletes in the world tonight and the best athletes in Jamaica and we have had an excellent turnout. What this means is that we are ready for Rio,” she said. Continue reading Ready for Rio says Grange

Karisma Hotels and Resorts’ Mega Hotel Project Now Ready to Proceed

KINGSTON, Jamaica; June 16, 2016:

Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett has announced that the largest single development of hotels in Jamaican history, being undertaken by Karisma Hotels and Resorts, is now ready to proceed as the hotel chain has signed the relevant documents to move forward with the development.

Continue reading Karisma Hotels and Resorts’ Mega Hotel Project Now Ready to Proceed

Ninja Man, gave Magnum Kings and Queens the nod of approval

Dancehall legend and ‘Don Gorgon’ Ninja Man, gave the ninth season of Magnum Kings and Queens the nod of approval on last Saturday’s edition of the show.

Ninja Man joined the show’s panel of judges Skatta Burrell, Miss Kitty and Professor Nuts as a guest and was completely floored by the level of talent of the show’s top six performers: Magnum Princes Zigma, Shemdon and Accid and Princesses Clymax, Mi Ya Estro and Mystery P.

“Ah the best Magnum show this. Accid did have the wickedest lyrics inna the show. Ah the best artiste dem this weh me ever see pon Magnum, me nuh care what nobody say. This is the show!” said the Gorgon.

“It’s not my first time being a guest judge on Magnum [Kings and Queens]. Seeing what Magnum is producing right now – this time the team sit down and really fine tune and pick a proper set of artistes; and these artistes are some artistes that deliver, them have good lyrics, them know how to perform… them remind me of the eighties artistes because me get to laugh, me get fi enjoy good lyrics. Me need some of the artiste them weh a record right now fi take a page out of them young people book. Yuh nuh haffi go the slack way and the nasty way and the careless way. Lyrics deh weh you can talk weh people can laugh,” reiterates Ninja Man.


Jamaican dancehall, hip hop and reggae artiste, Sean Paul, will conduct his first tour for 2016 between March 11 and 30 in Canada.sean paul rocking

The tour dates and places where Sean Paul will perform include: Videotron Centre on March 11; Rousseau Arena, Boisbriand on March 12; Olympia Theatre, Montreal in Quebec City on March 13; Orchid Nightclub, Toronto on March 15; Club 77, Hamilton on March 16; Guelph on March 17, London Music Hall, London on March 18; Roxy’s & Tonic Nightclub, Thunder Bay on March 20 in Ontario; Reign Nightclub, Winnipeg on March 22; Houston’s Nightclub, Brandon in Monitoba on March 23; O’Brian’s Event Centre on March 25; Conexus Arts Centre, Regina in Saskatchewan on March 26; Cowboy’s Nightclub, Calgary on March 27; Ranch Roadhouse in Edmonton on March 28 and Club NV in Fort McMurray in, Alberta on March 30.
“We’ve enjoyed working with Sean Paul for years and are thrilled to bring him back to Canada,” explained PDP Entertainment Group Representative, Pratik Ruparell.
According to the globetrotting star, he is excited about this upcoming tour. He said he always looks forward to performing for Canadians, because they understand the positive messages he tries to communicate through his music, and the settings at the upcoming locations will allow him to literally touch his fans.
“I have always had a great time in Canada. I have family there. In addition to that, they were the first international territory to big
up my career before I broke internationally with songs such as Gimme The Light in 2002,” Sean Paul said in a recent interview.
He further stated that Canada was like a second home to him. In 2002, it was the country where he began working extensively

 with a team of producers and choreographers from Toronto, namely Jae Blaze and Blaze Entertainment. They assisted him greatly in getting his singles globally recognized.
Sean Paul performed at the Montreal International Reggae Festival and Toronto Reggae Festival in August 2014. He recently participated in the 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21/CMP11) in Paris
 which featured world leaders and environmental activists from around the world.
Before touring Canada, Sean Paul will perform in Tel Aviv, Israel on January 23, 2016.