Legendary Jamaican reggae radio personality Dermot Hussey helped break many legends in the reggae world. You can find video footage of him on youtube interviewing Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. Mr. Hussey also eulogized Peter Tosh at his funeral in Jamaica. Island Head reggae band are privileged to have Dermot supporting us and playing our music on his program.
You can hear his broadcast on SiriusXM satellite radio channel 42, The Joint weekdays from 3 PM to 9 PM. If you are an early-bird, you can also hear Island Head on program director Pat McKay’s show from 9 AM – 3 PM weekdays.
Dermot Hussey also has a show on WWW.NEWSTALK.COM.JM in Jamaica.
FRIDAYS: 7.05 PM JA TIME, 8.05 pm US
SUNDAYS: 5.15 pm JA Time, 6.15pm US
SiriusXM Satellite Radio station “The Joint” is the quintessential reggae radio station. The station recently started playing “So Much Trouble In The World” from the Island Head album “Punky Reggae Party”. The station’s program director Pat McKay said; “I feel so especially blessed to share this brilliant work with our audience.”
Pat has been part of the reggae world for many years. Before coming to SiriusXM she hosted the first ever all reggae “big radio show” in the USA on WBLS-FM called “The WBLS Reggae House Party”. Ms. McKay has pioneered the promotion of reggae and other Jamaican music styles. Well, it is an honor and we feel especially blessed that “The Joint” is playing Island Head. Much Respect!
You can find The Joint on SiriusXM channel 42. Pat McKay’s show is on from 9 AM to 3 PM.
NOTE: This band is sometimes referred to as Island Head Musicians or Islandhead musicians.
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