Burning Spear advocates messages of honesty, peace, and love, which tie in with his religious and political messages of Rastafarianism and black unity. Along with his musical message, the Spear
continues to tour all over the world. His concerts often last 2 hours long with several bongo drum solos by Burning Spear himself.
Burning Spear was awarded the Order of Distinction in the rank of Officer on October 15, 2007
World music collaboration from South Africa featuring Louis Mhlanga (guit & vox), Dave Reynolds (steelpans), Concord Nkabinde (bass & vox), Siya Makuzeni and others. Their debut album,
"African Moods" is available from KALAHARI: www.kalahari.net or as downloads from Amazon.com: www.amazon.com the album was nominated fro THREE SOUTH AFRICAN MUSIC AWARDS, has had hit songs
on KAYA FM's AFRICAN TOP TEN and MUNGHANA LONENE FM, and also earned a BEST SHANGAAN SONG nomination in the XITSONGA MUSIC ...
Judy Mowatt (born in 1952) is a Jamaican singer.
She joined a singing trio called The Gaylettes in 1967. When the group split she continued as a solo act. She and Rita Marley first sang together when Marcia Griffiths needed some harmony vocals on a
song she was recording at Studio One with Bob Andy... The trio settled on the name the I-Threes.