Sundays, for me, are usually lazy days. I putter, lounge, read, snooze and, of course, listen to music. What I listen to depends on my mood. Sometimes, it’s soothing jazz. Other times, it’s music that gets me on my feet – I just love to dance.
For this week’s Soulful Sundays post, I want to share the work of a musician who has become one of my favorites.
I was first introduced to reggae musician, Tarrus Riley a few years ago when I heard his anthem to women, She’s Royal. Then my friend, Sandra, and I attended his performance at the Calabash Literary Festival in Treasure Beach. We enjoyed it so much, we concluded we had to see him again. We did, in New York, a few months later and we weren’t disappointed. I even went back stage to get his autograph – something I never did when I was a teenager!
So here now, is I Sight
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- Tarrus Riley: “Shaka Zulu Pickney” (theiiirdworld.com)
- Jamaica’s Caribbean Marketplace 2011 (repeatingislands.com)
- Catching the Vibe in Treasure Beach (insidejourneys.com)