Susan Cadogan (born 2 November 1951 in Kingstown), actual name Anne Cadodan, is a Jamaican Reggae-singer. The trained librarian was discovered in 1974 by Jerry Lewis. Cadogan is the daughter of singer Lola Cadogan, who released several 78rpm singles of devotional music during the 1950s. She spent several years of her childhood in Belize, where her family had moved, before returning to Jamaica. She trained and qualified as a librarian, taking a job in the library of the University of the West Indies at Mona.
Considering the astonishing quality of a lot of this man's work over the years, it is somewhat disastrous that Owen Gray isn't more highly regarded than he is, being in the shadows of his younger peers such as John Holt and Bob Andy just to mention a few. Whatever the reason is cause for speculations, perhaps his choice of material and direction hasn't always felt sincere, but on the other hand Owen has always delivered the goods in whatever style he recorded, possessing one of Jamaica's greatest voices if you didn't know.
Jamaican singer Joe White has had an unsung career, issuing several brilliant singles through the ska, rocksteady, and early reggae eras, including 1967's "Rudies All Around," 1968's "Every Night" (produced by Sonia Pottinger), and an amazing version of "My Guiding Star," produced by Charles Ross at Studio One. Somehow, though, White never garnered the mass attention he deserved. Early on he was a member of vocal group the Leaders with Ken Boothe, Roy Shirley, and Chuck Josephs, and several singles by the quartet were issued on Federal, but none generated much action.
There are multiple artists named Wayne Smith. The fIrst (born in Waterhouse, Kingston, Jamaica, on December 5, 1965) is a Jamaican reggae musician. His 1985 recording of "(Under Me) Sleng Teng", is generally regarded as the beginning of ragga style reggae. The rhythm was created on a Casio Music Box and is based on the riff from Eddie Cochran's Something Else. The second Wayne Smith is a Leeds-based electronic producer also known for his work on synth in Solus Locus.
He catapulted to the top of the Jamaican charts in 1997 with the dancehall boomshots "Heads High" and "Nike Air", his distinctive vocals fusing melodious singing with precision deejaying (rapping). Since then he has built an international fan base with hit singles like "Pull Up", "Tamale" and "Hot Gal Today" but it is on his latest CD "Constant Spring" that Mr. Vegas' spectacular sing-jay approach and cleverly crafted lyrics dazzle with the intensity of an evening in, well, Las Vegas.
There are three artists with this name
1. An americana band from the United States
2. A reggae band from Jamaica
3. A former indie rock band from the United Kingdom (1) The Natives are a five-piece Americana band based in Bloomington, IN. Their debut album "My Song Is Gonna Set Me Free" can be downloaded for free from their website: http://thenativesband.com
(2)The Natives are a Reggae band off of the Trojan label based in Kingston, Jamaica. "You You" being one of their most notable songs which was featured on the TROJAN ROCKSTEADY BOX SET.
When Annie Lennox presented Emily with the Arts Foundation Award for Songwriting in January 2009, her passion and delivery; writing and performing great songs was being recognised. 'When I realised I felt a small pang of jealousy for how good one of these song-writers is - that was when I knew I'd found my winner.' (Arts Foundation Judge Vashti Bunyan). 2008 was a massive year for Emily, supporting Beth Rowley, Frank Turner and Gabriella Cilmi.
There are six different artist with same name: 1) Pyramids (Denton, Texas) An experimental band combining elements of black metal, shoegaze, industrial, ambient and noise.
They released their debut album in 2008, followed by cooperative releases with Nadja, Horseback and Wraiths and the box-set WVNDRKMMER, a collaboration with 52 different artists.
Due to their highly collaborative nature, they have yet worked with artists like Jesu, Blut aus Nord, lovesliescrushing, Ulver, Lustmord, This Will Destroy You...
There have been at least five bands called The Dynamites.
1. An instrumental/beat band from Sarpsborg, Norway who excisted from 1958-1966. They released two singles on the Troll label and did a tour of East Germany in 1965. Two of the members went on to the freakbeat group The Divorced.
2. A garage/R&B/freakbeat band from Basel, Switzerland.
3. A 60s garage rock band from Japan (????????) which featured a slide guitar (unusual for a Japanese band at the time).