The family of the late reggae singer, John Holt, has confirmed that the singer will be laid to rest in Jamaica on November 8.
Following Forbes Magazine's recent announcement that no recording artiste, across all genres, has sold a million albums since the start of the year, members of the entertainment industry have shared their contingency plans for surviving in the broader market.
The days of the week, in sequence, are among the standard first lessons for children at the very basic level of the education system.
"We sing happy songs - songs that bring hope and talk about goodness in life," says Kinzaburo Abe, founder of Abeya, one of Japan's best Tsugaru-Shamisen performance ensemble.
The awesome contribution made by falsetto singers to the development of early Jamaican popular music is well documented in various quarters.
In the 10th year of Reggae Culture Salute, Sharon Gordon is promising a musical treat for her patrons when the event is held in Brooklyn, New York, on November 3.