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Jazz Fest 2015 - Ft. Beres Hammond & Monty Alexander
Experience a night of romance and class with reggae lovers rock super star Beres Hammond & Jazz Great Monty Alexander.
Best Talent of the month:
Rhythm Of My HeartProduced By: Darrell PugsleyOfficial page coming soon →
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Duane Stephenson's Dangerously Roots album has been released. We at Honest Illusions is proud to announce that we are currently working on two music video projects from selected tracks on the album. Expect to see breath taking scenes from the beautiful lush landscapes of Jamaica west indies. Both videos will release in the first quarter of 2015.
Lisa PunchLisa Punch (born September 4, 1992) is a Guyanese singer-songwriter and actress. Influenced by musical artist Whitney Houston, Beyonce, Ne-Yo and Rihanna. Best known for being Guyana's voice in the Regional theme song 'Carifesta' and a contestant on the new ABC hit television show 'Rising Star.' Lisa Punch was born in Georgetown, Guyana. The daughter of John Errol Punch and Nafieza Aiana Daniels, grew up in the city of Georgetown until the age of 21 when she moved to The United States with her family for a better future. Eldest of five siblings, Punch attended Juliet Griffith Day Care Centre in 1995 and began modeling as a child. Punch later moved to the Kingston Nursery School where she was named 'Nature of Glory' at ages four and five for her participation in dramatic plays, dancing and float parades. In 2003, Punch began working on various televison contest and shows such as "Talent Exclusive" held in Guyana winning the prizes within her category, followed by Guyana's first reality show called "Star Guyana" at the age of fourteen youngest of them all, Punch won the competition after a powerful rendition of Whitney Houston's "I will always love you."Hide
Adrian DutchinBorn the first of six, adrian have three brothers and three sisters got started in music in 1998 with a boy band or group called SEVEN.Adrian was the lead singer of the group for four years then he ventured into music on his own went and was signed to Krosskolor records by Burchmoore Simone. He then went on to co writing the winning song for the road march contest in Guyana, then went on to win the soca monarch three times and the road march once more. Adrian have worked with people such as Jumo Primo of Bryonlee, Peter ram, Terry Gadraj and the Hit man. He is one of the lead singers of well known Bajan band Krosfyah and is a member of x2(times two) in Guyana. Have performed in countries all over the world the usa, london, canada, st lucia, antigua, barbados, st maarten etc. Adrian have recorded in countries all over the world also. The proud father of one is working on his first really serious album called FINALLY have worked with producers Shawn Nowel,Darron Grant and Burchmoore Simone to bring the album out . Have done performances for Labour day (NY), Cropover (Barbados) , Carabana (Canada) etc.Coming from Guyana and being in music is a tough thing seeing that they are not that many people of music known around the world from Guyana so Adrian Dutchin is always working on trying to make his voice heard so people know theirs a place called Guyana and a bit of music do come from there.Hide
Duane StephensonDuane Stephenson is more than just a reggae singer. His work exhibits the versatility of many of music’s greatest artists in the pop realm; mixing poetic lyrics that address social ills, romance and global issues with excellent phrasing, potent hooks and melodic changes - all delivered in an extremely nimble tenor that wakes the soul and challenges the mind. With a charisma that magnetizes audience, this humanitarian is positively changing the world with his brand of Roots Reggae. From the gritty shanties of August Town, Jamaica, to halls of state performing for Presidents, Duane’s appeal is delivered as he sings for change to social ills, and a relief to the suffering of the voiceless.. Duane’s debut offering to the world was the critically acclaimed “From August Town,” which was the title of both the blockbuster single and the full-length album, produced by saxophonist extraordinaire, Dean Fraser. The album received incredible attention in Jamaica, across the Caribbean, and around the world that Billboard Magazine listed it as one of six albums responsible for “collectively galvanizing a roots reggae revival” with “lyrics that convey romantic longings and the anguish of ghetto realities with equal conviction.” Pitchfork.com cited the album as “undoubtedly a highlight of not just 2008, but perhaps the past few years.”Hide
Stephanie CourtneyShe’s a lovely young songbird who started singing at the tender age of 3. Stephanie Courtney, a 20 year old Long Islander, began, as hundreds of famed vocalists historically have, by singing in church in Brooklyn, NY. Her song choices seemed so ”grown up” for one so young, as she emulated one of the most powerful voices anyone has ever heard, that of Miss Whitney Houston. Since then, artists such as Yolanda Adams, Mariah Carey, Karen Clark-Sheard, CeCe Winans, Celine Dion and Michael Jackson have inspired Stephanie to focus on singing both gospel and R&B music. Stephanie Courtney wants to have it all. Her ultimate goals in life are to accomplish as much as she can and better herself as an individual and as an artist, be the best she can be at whatever it is she happens to be doing, enhancing her vocal skills and incorporating all the techniques she can into her vocals. She may be only 20, but Stephanie Courtney is as rare and mature as they come. This rising star is ready to turn the music world on its head and give the young voices of the future something they are not ready for. Stephanie promises to be a force to reckon with.Hide
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