In taking reggae to the world, Bob Marley put Jamaica on the map. His legacy reaches beyond music, spreading messages...
Watch the new trailer for 'The Complete Island Years' boxset with voiceover from Bob Marley's daughter Cedella Marley.
Rico Rodriguez, the esteemed trombone player who was a member of the Specials and Jools Holland’s Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, has died at the age of 80.
Bob Marley’s 70th birthday year celebrations continue on September 25 with two vinyl box sets, ‘The Complete Island Recordings’ and a 'Collector’s Edition.’
Caroline International has reissued four essential reggae collections featuring great Jamaican talents Third World, the Paragons, Burning Spear and Culture.
The well-established and deep-rooted links between reggae and punk are being celebrated on ‘Punky Reggae Selecta,' just out from Universal Music Catalogue.
Playing For Change is more than a charity, and more than a series of recordings packed with musicians from around the globe. Read the uDiscover profile.
The Jamaican artist's album second became America's second bestselling artist set of 2001.
Jamaica maintains its incredible output with numerous dancehall and roots reggae producers currently plying their trade in Kingston. Long may it continue!
Marley At 70 - What would have been the Bob Marley's 70th birthday on February 6 is the inspiration for the launch of some exciting social media activity.
Bob Marley and the Wailers performing "Trenchtown Rock" live at the Rainbow.
In this, Bob Marley’s 70th birthday year there will be a variety of releases and events to commemorate the legend, his work and iconic impact.
Two of the most important albums in the early history of pop-reggae hitmakers UB40 will be released in deluxe formats on March 2.
One of the reggae greats was ending the 1960s in style 45 years ago, when Jimmy Cliff made his US top 40 debut with ‘Wonderful World, Beautiful People.’
Graeme Goodall, Australian co-founder of Island Records with Chinese-Jamaican Leslie Kong and chief protagonist Chris Blackwell in 1959, has died at 82.
John Holt, the acclaimed reggae singer-composer known for his solo career and for writing ‘The Tide Is High,’ died on October 19.