Reggae Family Comes Out for Halloween at Vosh

Vosh Night Club’s Halloween Party by Michael Greenland   Hmm…costume party. Reached out to enough people to know that I’d better come up with SOMETHING. I’m not blessed with creativity,  but I do have a whole bunch of Caribbean shirts and a beard. Pirate it is. Two things hit me …

Country Music From Another Country

Kountry (reggae) wrapup by Michael Greenland “It’s just Country music from another country.” That’s how Carlos Jones explained reggae music to the folks at “Kickin’ Kountry” in Bolivar, Ohio – where the PLUS Band performed on October 14th.  Here’s how Reggae Family reporter – Michael Greenland – saw it. I …

A Summer Retrospective: Carlos Jones and the P.L.U.S. Band

  The Carlos Jones Reggae Summer Wrap…through the eyes of the newcomer. by Michael Greenland   Having gotten my first taste of the “family” in November, everyone told me that outdoor shows would be a real game-changer. Dancing under the stars looking out at the trees in Twinsburg on Memorial …

Carlos Jones Interview on NPR

On May 29th, Carlos played a live set for the Sound of Applause, an arts and culture programming series provided by the Cleveland non-profit and media public service organization, Ideastream.  In between songs, Carlos chats with host Dee Perry about some of the milestones he’s achieved in the last year and the inspirations behind his most recent album, Leave a Trail.

 

Listen to the full interview below

 

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The mission of Ideastream is to strengthen Ohio’s communitiesby providing distinctive, thought-provoking programs and services that enlighten, inspire, educate and entertain. The Sound of Applause is one such program: it celebrates the visual and performing arts, explores cultural trends, and examines current events through an artistic lens.