Special guest roots reggae singer Clinark stops by Reggae Jamdown this Monday on Bigupradio.com Roots Reggae. Join your host DJ Dub Cowboy for an interview and special feature with Clinark. Clinark has recently release his first album entitled “Journey To Foreign“ and it’s a real home run. This album features cameo appearances from special guests like Peter & Gramps Morgan, Luciano, Richie Spice, Kofi, Troy Anthony, Maxi Priest, Irie Love and Brinsley Forde. Tune in to the roots station on Monday! ONE LOVE
Bermuda born reggae artist Clinark, has finally achieved a lifetime goal Ã¢â‚¬â€œ a self penned album Ã¢â‚¬ËœJourney to ForeignÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ Nurture Projects (2008). ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s almost 4 years in the making, that saw him make a difficult journey from paradise (Bermuda) to sing in the UK in 2004. Now fast forward to 2008 and we find Clinark launching his album on a beautiful beach (Snorkel Park) in Bermuda with the support of featured artist Gramps Morgan and Peetah Heritage of the worlds top Reggae Band Morgan Heritage serenading the event with the lead collaboration Ã¢â‚¬ËœLife in the GhettoÃ¢â‚¬â„¢.
Clinark, often compared to Garnett Silk with his abilty to span all ranges extending to tenor, coupled with the captivating spiritual stage presence reminiscent of Marley has, brought together this classic work and also feat. Richie Spice, Luciano, Maxi Priest, Kofi, Brinsley Forde (Aswad) and Irie Love, Troy Anthony, Fantan Mojah. Clinark said ‘Wow, itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s been a great 4 year struggle to bring the album out, Mafia & Fluxy and Dillie at Stingray, helped me to produce something so amazing, with all the musicians and artists that believed in me and worked on the project, I feel that they really understood my work and brought it out at its best.’ The official video for Life in the Ghetto is featured on You Tube and set be on rotation on Tempo and on Reggae Top Ten Video Alley and various network channels.
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About Reggae Jamdown
Its been said that on a Friday afternoon in Humboldt County, you do not even need a radio to hear the sounds of Reggae music. That is because a majority of the radios that are on, are tuned into the “Reggae Jamdown.” For two hours, positive vibrations and a continuous mix of Roots, Dub, and Dancehall flow from the university campus to reggae lovers near and far via airwaves and internet.
Despite the geographically isolated location, Humboldt County has a relationship with Reggae music that runs as deep as the roots of the ancient Redwood trees that surround the area. The region hosts one of the most well respected Reggae music festivals outside of Jamaica, and is an essential stop for musicians touring the West Coast throughout the year.
The “Reggae Jamdown” comes to BigUpRadio.com from the fertile hills and valleys of Northern California built on a tradition of community supported radio and an authentic love for Reggae music. Look forward to starting your week with big tunes from past, present, and future mixed by DJ Dub Cowboy and special guests.
The “Reggae Jamdown” airs MONDAYS at 3am, 9am, 3pm, and 9pm EDT onBigUpRadio.com Roots
About DJ Dub Cowboy
DJ Dub Cowboy makes home with his wife and children in Arcata, California at the Northern end of Humboldt County. He is a recent business graduate from Humboldt State University specializing in radio and video production. In between spinning records on the radio and in the clubs he is planning a carbon-neutral DJ studio to be based in Arcata. More mixes, more love, more FIRE!!!
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