EDI FITZROY visits the Groove Unlimited studios to speak to DJ Common Sensi and the fans about his new album "Hold The Vibe" from King Step Recordings in San Jose, California. EDI FITZROY has been on the reggae scene for many moons and has too many classic hits to list. Don’t miss the very special appearance this Friday on the AllSpice Reggae Show #39 hosted by the Bay Area’s finest dancehall dj Common Sensi. The AllSpice Reggae shows airs every Friday on Bigupradio.com Slamming Dancehall station.
About EDI FITZROY:
Edi Fitzroy was born Fitzroy Edwards on November 17, 1955 in Chapelton, Clarendon; the son of a sound system operator Vasco Edwards and Kathleen Robinson. After leaving primary school he went to live with his mother in Whitfield Town, Kingston and he attended the West Indies Commercial Institute and studied Accounts. Exposed to music and in particular local music from an early age; an association with Pam Hickling and Michael “Dread At The Control” Campbell led Edi to do his first set of recordings “Miss Molly Colly” and “Country Man”, both written by Hickling. Songs like “African Religion”, “The Gun” and “Sylee” followed. As a result of this exposure Edi traveled to London with Mikey Dread where he did opening acts for the ‘The Clash’, a British Rock Group. Find out more: http://www.edifitzroy.com