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DTB Remembers

Music of the past era by musicians that we salute and have made a mark within music history

DTB Remembers: Micheal Jackson – ‘Thriller 1983 Making History’

Michael Jackson’s Album “Thriller” was released in November 1982, this Iconic album spent over 180 weeks on the UK album chart, quickly becoming the biggest selling studio pop album in US History. With record sales of over 50 million copies,(the total amount is still disputed) and seven singles released from the album. Produced by the Legendary Quincy Jones and Superstar …

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DTB Remembers: Lynden David Hall (7 May 1974 – 14 February 2006)

Lyden David Hall

We remember Lynden David Hall. Singer, songwriter and multi instrumentalist: born London 7 May 1974; died 14 February 2006. Lynden was one of the major, serene talents of his time. And in many ways and ahead of his time with his musical arrangements, and distinctive vocal style. He was a very humble, modest, quiet man, and unlike many of his …

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DTB Remembers: Whitney Houston “The Greatest Love Of All”

The Late great whitney houston

  Whitney Elizabeth Houston (9th August 1963 – 11th February 2012) “I decided long ago never to walk in anyone’s shadow; if I fail, or if I succeed at least I did as I believe..” Whitney Houston Bursting onto the Music scene in the mid 1980’s as a beautiful, powerful, solo Recording Artiste, Whitney Elizabeth Houston graced us with her …

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DTB Remembers: SWV – “Right Here” (Human Nature Edit)


SWV known as Sisters With Voices were heavily influenced by Gospel Rhythm and Blues they were formed in 1990 and went on to become one of the most successful female groups of the 90’s. The Trio signed a record deal soon after they collaborated with the talented and sought after Producer, songwriter Teddy Riley. The vocal dynamics of the Coko, …

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DTB Remembers….Reggae Legend Bob Marley

Robert Nesta Marley

“ONE LOVE.. ONE HEART .. ONE DESTINY …” Robert Nesta Marley aka Bob Marley needs no introduction, leaving a void in the Reggae world and in his Native homeland Jamaica we celebrate the date of his birth. Celebrations take place at the Tuff Gong home turned museum in Hope Road St. Andrew Jamaica. Bob Marley received Worldwide acclaim for his …

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DTB Remembers: Jam Master Jay

Today we remember and say Happy 49th Birthday to the late, great Jam Master Jay! Who was one-third of Run-DMC. The group is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential acts in the history of hip hop culture. Run–DMC. was one of the most well-known hip hop acts in the 1980s. Jam Master Jay helped define the sound of …

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