Island Head album review

Jammin’ Reggae Archives has reviewed the album “Punky Reggae Party”. What’s wrong with a band that releases an album comprised of six instrumental versions of Bob Marley songs and one original? Nothing, as far as I can see and hear.  (Click the link to continue reading) http://www.niceup.com/reviews/reviews.html

Legendary DJ Dermot Hussey on-board with Island Head

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 ourContinue reading “Legendary DJ Dermot Hussey on-board with 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”

Amazon MP3 Music “Reggae Island” Customer Review

The band assembled is a who`s who of sidemen formerly and currently with some of the biggest names in reggae, R&B and studio musicians. Andy Bassford (guitar), Mikey ‘Mao’ Chung (guitar), Billy Messinetti (drums) Don Harris (trumpet), David Frank (keyboards), Timmy Cappello (sax),  and Neil Jason (bass). Their first single “Reggae Island” is a mediumContinue reading “Amazon MP3 Music “Reggae Island” Customer Review”

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”