Reggae Walk of Fame

Montego Bay Jamaica

The Reggae Prime Minister "RAS ASTOR BLACK" WelcomeS YOU

REGGAE WALK of Fame 

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Featured Reggae ARTIST

The Reggae Walk of Fame Museum is collecting and preserves artifacts, documents and reference material surrounding the diverse traditions of Reggae music, and utilizes these collections in the presentation of exhibits, educational programs, and performances

This spotlight exhibit, focused on Reggae music history, explores the musical legacies of artists whose contributions help establish Jamaica as a “Live Reggae Music Capital of the World”. The exhibit will include rare photographs, biographies, historic posters, recordings, and live music videos. 

Display cases will feature items from our Reggae Ambassadors, plus collections from Reggae communities worldwide.

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About the Reggae Artists . . .

Reggae is a music genre that originated in Jamaica in the late 1960s. While sometimes used in a broad sense to refer to most types of popular Jamaican dance music, the term reggae more properly denotes a particular music style that was strongly influenced by traditional mento and calypso music, as well as American jazz and rhythm and blues, especially the New Orleans R&B practiced by Fats Domino and Allen Toussaint, and evolved out of the earlier genres ska and rocksteady.

Stylistically, reggae incorporates some of the musical elements of rhythm and blues, jazz, mento (a celebratory, rural folk form that served its largely rural audience as dance music and an alternative to the hymns and adapted chanteys of local church singing), calypso, African music, as well as other genres. One of the most easily recognizable elements is offbeat rhythms; staccato chords played by a guitar or piano (or both) on the offbeats of the measure. The tempo of reggae is usually slower than ska and rocksteady. The concept of "call and response" can be found throughout reggae music.

The bass guitar often plays the dominant role in reggae. The bass sound in reggae is thick and heavy, and equalized so the upper frequencies are removed and the lower frequencies emphasized. The guitar in reggae usually plays on the off beat of the rhythm. It is common for reggae to be sung in Jamaican Patois, Jamaican English, and Iyaric dialects. Reggae is noted for its tradition of social criticism and religion in its lyrics, although many reggae songs discuss lighter, more personal subjects, such as love and socializing.

Reggae has spread to many countries across the world, often incorporating local instruments and fusing with other genres. Reggae en Español spread from mainland South American Caribbean from Venezuela and Guyana to the rest of South America. Caribbean music in the United Kingdom, including reggae, has been popular since the late 1960s, and has evolved into several subgenres and fusions. Many reggae artists began their careers in UK, and there have been a number of European artists and bands drawing their inspiration directly from Jamaica and the Caribbean community in Europe. Reggae in Africa was boosted by the visit of Bob Marley to Zimbabwe in 1980.

FOR MORE INFO - and attend contact:

REGGAE WALK OF FAME INFORMATION "RAS ASTOR BLACK":     email -  RASBLACK@GMAIL.COM 
DIRECT TO MY BBM 299DAD76
PLEASE CALL: JAMAICA 1-876-435-8401 - 1-876-545-7423 
OR USA 404-910-4493 SOON  


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Imagine your wedding on the "Reggae Walk of Fame" Beach Wedding site. 
barefoot on the beach or enjoying the fragrance of tropical gardens
we are your coordinators, here to help you with everything you desire and if you would like to add some options, we can personalizing your special day too. 

This Wedding Celebration includes:
• Marriage License
• Marriage Officiant
• On-site wedding coordinator
• All legal processing of documents
• Certified marriage certificate
• Bridal bouquet
• Boutonniere for the groom
• Jamaican 8" wedding cake
• Sparkling wine for Ceremony
• Mini Reception after ceremony (cake & toasting)
• Tropical decorated ceremony area
• Photography service with 24 pictures in an album with CD
• Souvenir Jamaican gift package
• Round trip transfers for the bride & groom

Pricing
Wedding Celebration:    US$1,626.00
Days of operation:           every day
Departure (local time)   9am (2hrs)

Transfer / Meeting Instructions: 
No taxi required
This wedding package will accommodate the Bride & Groom and up to 4 guests

Special Instruction: 
In order to get married in Jamaica, you must bring your passports or birth certificates and valid photo ID, your ship boarding card or airline ticket and certified copies of divorce decrees, dissolution decrees or death certificate of previous marriages if applicable. All documents must be faxed or emailed at least 30 days prior to the wedding date, cool?

OK, Call us at 876-435-8401 or e-mail: Ras Astor Blackrasblack@gmail.com

Donate your OLD Band equipment to our School 

Hollywood has its Walk of Fame. Now, Jamaica—long a fertile incubator of plenty notables in the world of entertainment from music to film, theatre and dance is on the verge of birthing its own.  Dubbed the Reggae Walk of Fame, the mile-long strip along the concourse leading to the ReggaeCultural Village will be lined with retail memorabilia and merchandising outlets named for the inductees. 
It will also serve as an entertainment museum at the Bob Marley School for the Arts Institute, a proposed
200-acres sport, educational and amusement, hotel and condo complex in Trelawny on Jamaica’s North Coast.
A key attraction at the Institute, the Reggae Walk of Fame will be embedded with more than 2,000 stars bearing the names of reggae celebrities honored by the Institute for their contributions to the entertainment industry.

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