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BARBADOS - National Cultural Foundation
Article Posted: Apr 15, 2004
His latest release “Serve Jah” has been described by many as one of the artiste’s finest works to date, under the musical directorship of Dean Fraser.
Fraser, a musical treasure in his own right will join Luciano on stage on Friday night, bringing his legendary skills as a Jamaica’s premiere saxophonist to the audience. He’s contributed over 1000 albums in the past 25 years as a musician and arranger with credits for working live or in the studio with virtually every major name in reggae and some beyond.
With beginnings on the clarinet as a member of a local community club, Fraser moved on to co-found the super-group “809” in 1985, along with trombonist Nambo Robinson. The group spent the next ten years dominating the band landscape, backing every major concert and overseas tour in reggae during the period.
Dean’s unmistakable musical touch is present in artistes from Bob Marley to Black Uhuru, Freddy Mc Gregor to Luciano.
Also performing on Reggae Night are Dean Fraser, Mikey General, Jah Messenjah
Band, Third Stone, Tribal Roots, Shakey Ranks and Biggie Irie. Showtime
is 7:00 p.m. Tickets are BDS $20.00 and are available at C.S. Pharmacy,
Ticket Town Sheraton Centre and the National Cultural Foundation West
Terrace, St. James.
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