One Love Reggae Education Arena – “A Life in Reggae” –  we will have a busy timetable/schedule throughout the weekend with Talks, Q&A’s from the Performing Artists, Guest Speakers, Book Signings, Record Signings, Special Film Showings and Art Exhibitions – hosted by Bunny Lee and friends, Greensleeves Records and the Reggae Film UK Festival – Keep checking page for updates

Book Signing*

REGGAE GOING INTERNATIONAL 1967-1976

The Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee Story

NOEL HAWKS & JAH FLOYD

In 2008 the Jamaican Government conferred the Order of Distinction on Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee for more than forty years of dedicated service to the music industry.

The front cover picture shows him boarding the plane at Palisadoes Airport, Kingston, Jamaica for London, England in February 1968… “and the rest is history”. Here, in his own words, is the incredible story of how reggae went international…

“So I don’t see the colour barrier in reggae music or any other music. It knows no colour. It comes like water. What colour would you call water now? Pure!”

Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee

Daily Film Showing*

I AM THE GORGON

Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee & THE ROOTS OF REGGAE

I AM THE GORGON tells the larger than life tale of legendary record producer Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee, charting his rise from car mechanic and record plugger to reggae’s most successful producer in the 1970s. His journey involves politics, arguments, gangs and guns, as Jamaican music moves from ska to rocksteady, from dub to dancehall, from the backstreets of Kingston to the concert halls of the world.

Directed by musician and filmmaker Diggory Kenrick and narrated by legendary deejay Dennis Alcapone, this acclaimed documentary features an amazing roll call of Jamaican artists, including Singers: John Holt, Horace Andy, Johnny Clarke, Cornell Campbell, Ken Boothe, Linval Thompson, Derrick Morgan, Max Romeo, Errol Dunkley, Stranger Cole, BB Seaton, Roy Shirley, Jimmy Riley, Winston Francis, The Blackstones, The Twinkle Brothers. Deejays: Tappa Zukie, U Roy, Dennis Alcapone, Dillinger, Trinity, Dr Alimantado, Jah Stitch, Prince Jazzbo. Musicians: Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare, Aston ‘Family Man’ Barrett, Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith, Carlton ‘Santa’ Davis. Producers: Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, King Jammy, Scientist, Niney The Observer, and many more.

I Am The Gorgon DVD Booklet_Gorgon DVD Cover

Art Exhibition

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Daddy J / Bunny King :- Biography

Another string to Daddy J’s bow is painting portraits of Reggae artists under the name of Bunny King, to date, he has produced over 200 images of the genre greats. Bunny King has exhibited from Jamaica to Scotland. With a Artist Residency in Scarborough,he is busy daily painting Reggae & Rastafarian artwork. Check out his Instagram page. @aerosolik

Future planned exhibitions with Big Youth & I Kong, in Jamaica. A Rastafarian exhibition at Fairfield House in Bath, where Haile Selassie I,was in exile from 1936 to 1942 because of Mussolini’s invasion of Ethiopia.Also ongoing artwork for Reggae Britannia & Tuff Gong International in 2017.

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