Luciano born Jepther Washington Mc. Clymond, Luciano making firm strides
towards being a legend and now inspires, motivates and moves the spirits
of audiences around the world.
The 40 year old Jamaican has racked up testimony after
testimony from people, who, upon hearing his performances are moved
to think and live above the physical and the material.
Discovered in the dancehall working with sounds systems like Earthquake
and Earth Ruler, Luciano attracted the attention of Chris Blackwell’s
Island records in 1994 and, having signed the singer, went on the
produce the internationally successful album “Where is the
Love”. The album’s title track and singles like “It’s
me Again Jah” and “Lord Give Me Strength” charted
number one in Jamaica and on international reggae charts.
much success under his own label, Messenjah and Qabalah Music, Luciano
successfully toured North America and Europe annually.
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.
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.