Jermaine Edwards Says He Was Nervous Performing On Rebel Salute (@jermaineedwards)

jermaine edwardsJermaine Edwards, arguably one of the biggest gospel artist out of Jamaica, performed on day 1 (Friday, January 17th) at Rebel Salute – a roots, reggae, rasta festival. It is clear that he was not in his comfort zone when he hit the stage because he was noticeably holding back.

Although he eventually worked out the kinks and delivered his set, he did admit afterwards that “he was nervous because he is accustomed to performing on gospel and corporate events, and this was his first time on Rebel Salute.”

I personally wanted him to do a longer set. With such a big catalog, and this being his first time at this type of event, this was an opportunity to expand his fan base.

Jonathan McReynolds Scheduled For The Troubadour In California On Feb. 9th (@jonmcreynolds)

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On Sunday, February 9th, Jonathan McReynolds will perform at the Troubadour (9081 Santa Monica Blvd) in West Hollywood, California. The event is scheduled to run from 7  to 10 PM PST.

Tickets for this show are available via Eventbrite.

Samuel Medas Shares New Video “Can’t Be The Only One” (@SamuelMedas)

Samuel Medas

The man from Guyana, Samuel Medas, is at it again! A few days ago he shared a powerful new video for his track “Can’t Be The Only One.” Though the record is available for purchase via all digital music stores, Medas is also giving away the song for free.

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Prison Break Conference 2020 Set For Jan. 18th

Resurrected Garvey Ministries present “Prison Break Conference” on Saturday, January 18th at the Light of the Gentiles International (137 Maxfield Avenue – Suit 16) at the Sunshine Auto Parts Plaza.

There will be three sessions: 9:00 AM, 3:00 PM and 6:00 PM. Conference host is Stacy Ann Garvey, with confirmed appearances by: Psalmist Lashawn Wilson, Rushell Mcduffus, Victor Brown and Andrew Livermore. Additionally, approximately nine speakers are scheduled to speak throughout the day.

The Dancehall Pastor, Rhoda Isabella & Jermaine Edwards Will Represent The Gospel At Rebel Salute 2020 (@StephenBlakeJa)

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Every year, Rebel Salute, which is a Rasta Music Festival, invites at least one Gospel artist to perform on the event. This year they’ll be having three Gospel talents on the lineup: The Dancehall Pastor, Rhoda Isabella and Jermaine Edwards.

This is in part an indication of how big both the show and the Gospel genre have gotten. On a deeper level, it speaks to the spiritual maturity of the organizers, who are clearly not limited in their beliefs.

Rebel Salute will take place on Friday, January 17th and Saturday, January 18th at Grizzly’s Plantation Cove in St. Ann, Jamaica.

New Video From Jermaine Edwards “No Weapon” (@jermaineedwards)

Jermaine Edwards Video

International gospel artist Jermaine Edwards has just shared the official video for his song “No Weapon.” The track, which was produced by Troyton Music, is featured on both Jermaine‘s latest album “I Will Follow,” and the “Healing Project,” a rhythm driven compilation.

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Shirley Caesar Will Be Live In Jamaica On Jan. 25th

On Saturday, January 25th there will be a power-packed, praised filled night in honour of Sister Angella Harris, outgoing Principal of The Immaculate High School. This will take place on the lawns of the school grounds between 6:00 and 10:00 PM.

Attendees will be treated to electrifying performances by international artist and Pastor Shirley Caesar, as well as Jamaica’s top gospel artists: Kevin Downswell, George Nooks and Jermaine Edwards.

Gates open at 4pm, with the show beginning promptly at 6.