Photos by Francois Adrien
The City of Miami in association with Royal Caribbean International® and BET J give to the residents of South Florida by hosting Caribbean Jazz Brunch on the Bay 2006.
1- Bemol Telfort and band : From Haiti
2- Miami Pan Symphony
3- Dean Fraser : Sax icon,
4- Third World : Reggae's Legendary
Third World Reggae Band
After 33 years of smash hit songs, Third World continues to be one of the top Reggae Bands of all time. Their band members are “Rugs” William Clark : Lead Vocals, “Cat” Stephen Coore :Guitar / Cello / Harmonica / Vocals, “Bassie” Richard Daley : Bass / Vocals, “Herbie” Herbert Harris : Keyboard and “Ruption” Tony Williams : Drummer.
Third World opened for Bob Marley & The Wailers on their 1975 European Tour, and performed on some of his recordings. They have remained a force in keeping Reggae on the international music scene, yet still remaining true to their roots.
To date, Third World has released a total of 22 albums as well as solo projects from Lead Singer Bunny Rugs and Guitarist Cat Coore.
Awards include: Recipients of the 1986 "United Nations Peace Medal," 1992 and 1996 Jamaica Music Industry awards for Best Show Band, And 10 nominations for the Grammy Awards.
International hit singles include: the cover version of Gamble &Huff's, "Now That We've Found Love," "96 Degrees in the Shade," "Cool Meditation," "Dancing on the Floor," "Try Jah Love," written by Stevie Wonder "Sense of Purpose," "Forbidden Love," "Reggae Ambassador," "Committed," and "Reggae Party."
As Third World says, "If it's music, sweet music, let it play."’ Cli
ck on their link www.thirdworldband.com for more information on these dynamic group.