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The Catch A Fire Project – Gary Crosby Of Jazz Jamaica Talks

With Jazz Jamaica he preceded the current wave of Big band ska projects by some fifteen years. Now Gary Crosby has taken this a step further and created an even bigger version of the band to recreate Bob Marley’s Catch A Fire album as Jazz Jamaica Allstars, a 31-piece orchestra which is augmented by different choirs at their live concerts.

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The Bim Skala Bim Interview

Their live performances on borrowed instruments during a UK tour in 1988 are still legendary. Now Bim Skala Bim from Boston in the USA come back in a big way. With two new albums during the summer of 2013. REGGAE STEADY SKA got the details in the interview with singer Dan Vitali.


Dennis Alcapone – The World’s First Singjay

The man is full of surprises. A hard-working musician since the early 1960s, Dennis Alcapone still dreams about going to far away places in the interview you are about to read. To all the promoters especially in Mexico, Canada and Africa: “Don’t miss out on the world’s first singjay.”

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The Lee Thompson Interview

In the wake of the Lee Thompson Ska Orchestra’s album release “The Benevolence Of Sister Mary Ignatius”, we were happy to catch Lee Thompson (of Madness) for an interview.

Maroon Town

Back In Action, Ready To Fight The Power!

Together with other pioneers like Potato 5, the Trojans or the (original) Hotknives, Maroon Town were part of a wave of exciting new Ska bands who rejuvenated the global Ska scene as what became to be known as “Third Wave Ska”.