By: Brian Jahn
Tags: Barrington Levy, Chalice, Culture, Dancehall music, DeeJays, entertainment, Maka B, Montego Bay, music, Photography, Red Stripe, Reggae Festivals, Reggae music, Reggae Musicians, Reggae Sunsplash, Travel
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A set list for International Night at Reggae Sunsplash, Jamaica (1993)
This was quite the show and I remember the crowd was huge. Performing on this (Saturday) night were, Morgan Heritage, The Mystic Revealers, Bigga, Carlene Davis, Barrington Levy, Maka B, Wailing Souls, Lucky Dube, Aswad, Super Cat, Junior Reid, Culture and Sugar Minot. Pretty much everyone that night had an awesome set, also got plenty of great photos that evening.
Other nights included, Burning Spear Alton Ellis, Ken Boothe, Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, Julian Marley, Sanchez, Brigadeer Jerry, Ninja Man, Tiger, Garnet Silk, Bounty Killer, Cocoa Tea, Josie Wales, Leroy Smart, Spragga Benz and way too many more to recall at the moment. It was a truly memorable show, so many great acts back then but sadly many are not with us any more