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Event Archive - SUGAR MINOTT, PASHON, Jus Goodie, Itawe

Sun. October 23rd 2005 8pm - 1am Central Bar & Grill (No Minors) 8pm - 1am
$18 in advance
The Jamaican Reggae Legend SUGAR MINOTT with his crew JUS GOODIE, the talented and astetically pleasing PASHON & ITAWE are confirmed to play at Central Bar & Grill on Sunday, October 23rd/05.

This is a rare opportunity to see artists from both the old and new school. SUGAR MINOTT spent much of his time recording at Coxsone Dodd's Studio One. Establishing himself as a unique artist with a rich voice and exciting stage presence, Sugar has gone on to record for a number of myriad of producers as well as producing a number albums for his own Youthman Promotions Label. Sugar has always been a strong believer in his roots and has put alot of money and energy into his Youthman Promotions Studio and label in Kingston where he grew up.

As a result many artists that are very popular today got their chance to show their talents through Youthman Promotions' releases and shows. Sugar fostered the talents of reggae greats Half Pint, the late Tenor Saw and many others as well as recording records for reggae greats such as the late Garnett Silk, Tony Rebel and Yami Bolo.

It is rare that Sugar Minott would bless us with his presence... I'm telling you usually you'd only see him play at major reggae festivals such as Reggae on the River or the Sierra World Music Festival in Nevada but fortunetely he has decided to finally bless us by coming here.

Tickets available at Lyle's Place, Ditch Records, Caribbean Village, Central Bar & Grill & Ticketweb.com

SUGAR MINOTT (Roots Reggae, Dancehall , Lover's Rock)

Sugar Minott has an unmistakable style which is both exciting on stage and passionate on record. He began his career, as many other reggae artist have, with Coxonne Dodd at Studio One. Establishing himself as a unique artist with a rich voice and exciting stage presence, Sugar has gone on to record for a number of myriad of producers as well as pro... more info

PASHON (Dancehall/Reggae)

Jamaica’s rich musical history has often been characterized by large families in which heredity plays a significant part. There is now a female progeny of a prominent performer making her mark on the scene as an artist, Pashon Minott, the daughter of Reggae music legend Lincoln “Sugar” Minott. Born Tamar Minott in Kingston, Pashon’s ex... more info

Jus Goodie (Reggae/Dancehall/Ska)

Born Justin Goodman on May 12th 1979, Justin ‘Jus Goodie’ Goodman is a new young talent on the horizon. He was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in Detroit, Michigan. Growing up in a musical home, Goodie says, “I was singing when I was still in my mama’s belly”. With his musical upbringing, Goodie naturally became a ‘player of... more info

Itawe (Reggae/Dancehall)

Itawe, aka Donovan “Danny Gitz” Cunningham, was born in St. Ann, Jamaica in the farming community of Prickly Pole close to Nine Mile where Bob Marley grew. He began playing music after moving to Kingston. Eventually he was nicknamed “Danny Gitz” for his reputation as an outstanding guitarist. Itawe first toured in 1994 with “High Symbo... more info
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