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Join us for a lovely night at the House of Blues/Voodoo Lounge on Sunset! TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26 8PM :) Lillie Marun - vocals Jimmy Reid - piano Ean Corbet - guitar Can't wait to share our new, original songs with you!
Toronto Rocks for the 5th Annual Reggae Music Achievement Awards! Delroy Sterling Productions, in association with Pattie World are pleased to present the 5th staging of the Reggae Music Achievement Awards which will be held June 4th at the Jamaican Canadian Association, 995 Arrow Rd. Presented to Canada’s cream of the crop, the 5th Annual Reggae Music Awards is divided into 20 categories ranging from ‘Best Reggae Album,’ to ‘Best Radio Disc Jock’ to ‘Best International Artist.’ Previous winners in each category include Steele’s album ‘The Man The Music,’ Natty B for the radio show Zion Train and Busy Signal for best international artist. In addition to the awards presentation, nominees and fans are treated to an all-star stage show which this year features award winning and international Reggae artist Gramps Morgan (www.grampsmorgan.com), George Nooks (www.myspace.com/georgenooks), and Trilla U (www.myspace.com/trillau). Supporting talent includes Exco Levi, Jill Donaldson, Nicole Green, Jimmy Reid and Tony Anthony. Additional music will be provided by Massey Sound and Soul 2 Soul, and will be hosted by Ms. Danae Peart of CHRY 105.5 FM, with backing from EOP Band. Also attending this year will be specially invited guest, Big A from Irie FM, Jamaica. “The feedback to last year’s award show was so positive, we had to give the fans an exceptional show in addition to the awards presentation” said Delroy Sterling from the Reggae Music Achievement Awards offices in Toronto. “We think we have the right line up to achieve that this year!” Media can log on to www.ReggaeAchievementMusicAwards.com, or e-mail Reggae@rmaawards.com for additional information about the 2011 awards presentation. The awards are sponsored by Delroy Sterling Productions in association with Pattie World. Category nominees will be announced on March 16th, 2011. Ticket Outlets: Granny’s Place, Dada’s Jerk, Jamaica House, Caribbean Queen, Lloyd’s Photo Lab, Harry’s West Indian Food, Salon Paradise, Patty World, Gem’s West Indian Food. For additional information call 416-669-1577 or 1-888-240-8188. Inquiries can also be sent via e-mail to DelroySterling@gmail.com. Media can contact L3Publicity@gmail.com. www.ReggaeMusicAchievementAwards.com
I'll be playing keys for saxophonist JIMMY REID! Tonight 8pm until 11pm
Greetings Everyone, One of the winter’s BIGGEST event will be happening this Saturday night January 29, 2011. It’s time for “Reggae Appreciation Night”. There will be performances by Award winning Reggae Artists King Ujah & Jimmy Reid. Other artists include Jimmy Magnum, Hip Hop Stars, and more. Everyone who attends will be entertained with live music and has the chance to win door prizes & free gifts including a flat screen ...LCD TV . The venue is Maxwell’s Music House ( 220 King North, Waterloo). This special event will be hosted by DJ Cool, Mr Sweetness, McNarine & Road Dog from 100.3 Sound FM. King Ujah invites you ALL to see him and many others. Great opportunity to meet & greet these artists. See Flyer for pricing, and further details. It promises to be an exciting event . DON’T MISS!!! Watch King Ujah’s videos ”Granny Got It” & “Universal Love” by clicking the links below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qh9wu-8n-CM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qe1y-Emto0 For booking contact: 416-434-3564 King Ujah can be contacted @ : www.kingujah.com, www.youtube.com/kingujah, www.myspace.com/kingujah, www.sonicbids.com/kingujah1, www.facebook.com/kingujah, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Thanks for your ongoing support, Royal Blessings.
Sounds Like: Kirk Whalum, Gerald Albright, Hans Zimmer, James Horner, Jim Brickman Music
Bio: Born and raised in Chicago, Jimmy Reid new his passion for music early, beginning piano at age 6 and picking up the sax by 10. Upon graduation for High School, Reid headed west to Los Angeles where he continued to pursue his dreams of making it in the music biz !
THE FOSTER EFFECT….
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““Sounding really great. Reminds me of how great a sax player you are. You even give (Stan) Getz a run for his money!” ”