Rich Man is a feature film that reveals the proudly beating heart of reggae music through the untold story of Clinton Fearon, one of the most prolific and underappreciated artists to emerge from Jamaica’s musical renaissance of the 1960s and 70s.… Read More
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Clinton Fearon just celebrated his 70th birthday. Looking back at his life, the international artist remembers the different steps that brought him where he is today.
First period of his journey happens in the country side of Jamaica. Clinton Fearon was born and raised in the hills of the… Read More
Cali Roots and Rootfire are honored to announce that their collaborative Center Stage with Reggae Icons project will feature reggae pioneer, Clinton Fearon, who is celebrating his 70th birthday on Wednesday, January 13th and will boast a month-long exploration of hisRead More
The single “Reggae Juntinho” celebrates an incredible musical partnership. The band Vibrações from Brazil joins the legendary Jamaican Clinton Fearon, one of the founding members of The Gladiators and Lucas Kastrup, drummer for Ponto de Equilíbrio.
Kastrup’s original composition made a trip to Seattle and Maceió, cities where… Read More
The Movement and Clinton Fearon debut their new collab single “Mountain,” today on Rootfire. Produced by Johnny Cosmic and Matt Goodwin. Listen to it here first!
Climbing a mountain is one of those things that some people do for fun while other people wonder why.… Read More
The sense of community that connects the bands of the international reggae scene is marked by mutual respect and admiration. Younger artists look to the music of those who came before them as a tool to learn and grow from, recognizing the significance of the seed planted… Read More
I will never forget my first time hearing The Gladiators. I found the album Bongo Red sitting on the “To Be Reviewed” shelf at WSUM while I was a student DJ, and picked it up after noticing the… Read More