Honourable Olivia Grange makes a Floral Tribute at the resting place of Dennis Brown
Kingston, February 1 – The Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange is urging young and upcoming recording artistes to build on the legacy of pioneers such as Dennis Brown.
I must appeal to our young people to place special emphasis on creating music at a standard that will last and that will keep the legacy of Dennis Brown and countless others going forever.
Honourable Olivia Grange in remarks to the press.
Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange makes a Floral Tribute at the resting place of Dennis Brown (National Heroes Park) on the anniversary of his 62nd birthday and as part of activities to celebrate Reggae Month. Also photographed are: Ibo Cooper, Chairman, Jamaica Reggae Industry Association; Copeland Forbes, producer/manager; Junior Lincoln, producer/manager; Lloyd Parks, band leader/reggae vocalist; Sangie Davis, musician; Trevor 'Leggo' Douglas, owner of Leggo Records and Paul ‘Jah Screw' Love, producer/musician (left to right). MCGES\ Shanna Kay Salmon