Island Head Band Live on SiriusXM The Joint

Island Head band has been on SiriusXM reggae satellite radio station “The Joint” channel 42.  Hear the exclusive performance by Island Head musicians and program director Pay McKay’s interview with bandleader Billy Messinetti and the band.  The band plays new live versions of “Burnin and Lootin’, “So Much Trouble In The World”, which continues toContinue reading “Island Head Band Live on SiriusXM The Joint”

Island Head exclusive on SiriusXM The Joint TODAY!

Tune-in today Thursday to SiriusXM reggae satellite radio station “The Joint” channel 42 at 2:00pm EST/11:00am PST.  Hear the exclusive performance by Island Head and hear program director Pay McKay interview the musicians.  The band played new versions of “Burnin and Lootin’, “So Much Trouble In The World”, which continues to air on the reggaeContinue reading “Island Head exclusive on SiriusXM The Joint TODAY!”

“So Much Trouble In The World” by Island Head (musicians)

If you have been hearing the instrumental version of “So Much Trouble In The World” on SiriusXM channel 42 “The Joint” (reggae channel) then, you have found the right place. Thanks to Program Director Pat McKay, “So Much Trouble In The World”, written by the legend Bob Marley, has been airing in regular rotation.  BeContinue reading ““So Much Trouble In The World” by Island Head (musicians)”

“So Much Trouble In The World” by Island Head musicians

ISLAND HEAD musicians “So Much Trouble In The World” continues to be added reggae radio playlists throughout the world.  This unique version of the Bob Marley classic song has resonated with reggae music fans and Wailers fans.  The album “PUNKY REGGAE PARTY” hit #100 on the iTunes reggae albums chart. Reggae – jam band –Continue reading ““So Much Trouble In The World” by Island Head musicians”

Island Head musicians

ISLAND HEAD – “PUNKY REGGAE PARTY” reggae – jam band – jazz – island music – are all terms used to describe the instrumental debut album by Island Head.  Below are the songs from the album written by Bob Marley except for “Reggae Island”, the single. 1 – I Shot The Sheriff (Bob Marley) 2Continue reading “Island Head musicians”

Radio Adds for Island Head’s “Punky Reggae Party”

Island Head music on the radio started with SiriusXM The Joint Program Director Pat McKay playing “So Much Trouble In The World”, a Bob Marley cover.  All three of the station’s DJs continue to play Island Head – Jabba, Dermot Hussey and Pat McKay herself.  Sounds of the Caribbean with Keith Rowe & Selecta JerryContinue reading “Radio Adds for Island Head’s “Punky Reggae Party””

Island Head – “Punky Reggae Party”

ISLAND HEAD – “PUNKY REGGAE PARTY” 1 – I Shot The Sheriff (Bob Marley) 2 – So Much Trouble In The World (Bob Marley) 3 – Reggae Island (Billy Messinetti & Don Harris) 4 – Wake Up And Live (Bob Marley) 5 – Get Up Stand Up (Bob Marley & Peter Tosh) 6 – PunkyContinue reading “Island Head – “Punky Reggae Party””

Dermot Hussey interviews Billy Messinetti from Island Head

Legendary Jamaican radio personality Dermot Hussey’s interview with drummer/producer Billy Messinetti will air Friday February 8, 2013 on the Jamaican radio station Newstalk 93 (www.newstalk.com.jm) at 7:00 PM. Dermot’s rise to fame was fueled by his famous interview with Bob Marley. The interview includes a discussion about the making of the album “Punky Reggae Party’,Continue reading “Dermot Hussey interviews Billy Messinetti from Island Head”

SiriusXM Satellite Radio plays Island Head

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 partContinue reading “SiriusXM Satellite Radio plays Island Head”

Punky Reggae Party album review

The reggae jamband Island Head, is getting a lot attention for their debut album “Punky Reggae Party”.  Bob Marley songs are re-worked into instrumentals that are destined to make these songs classics, again. Track 1:  “I Shot The Sheriff” has a groove that crosses dancehall and rock with strong rock guitars and jazzy saxophone.  SaxContinue reading “Punky Reggae Party album review”