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Tarrus Riley (JM)

Tarrus Riley born Omar Riley in Bronx, New York, is a promising reggae singer and songwriter. His early years were spent in music studios and traveling the world with his dad. He picked up something special along the way. He is a songwriter of uncommon intelligence, breadth with a deft touch. His emotional and spiritual IQ matches his heartfelt sincerity. As a singer, his vocal style is reassuring. It conveys his every mood, concern and context eloquently. His songwriting is bold, yet definitive, passionate and authentic, without being strident or overly militant. Except for the same surname, Tarrus, while clearly not possessing his famous father's voice with its sharp edge, is content musically to create his own legacy.

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Dean Fraser (JM)

Dean Fraser (sometimes Frazer) (b. Dean Ivanhoe Fraser, Kingston, Jamaica c. 1955) is a Jamaican saxophonist.

He was a member of the Sonny Bradshaw Band, founding member of the 809 Band, which also included guitarist Lebert 'Gibby' Morrison and Desi Young, and Lloyd Parks' We The People band.

His first album, 'Black Horn Man' (1978), was produced by Joe Gibbs. He played saxophone on the classic 'Unmetered Taxi' album.

He was part of the touring band for Luciano in recent years, and currently tours with Tarrus Riley, as well as producing some of Riley's recorded music. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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