b. Alvin James Dark brown, Jamaica, Western world Indies. Brown started his career in the north coastline of Jamaica carrying out a effective audition on the Seawind Resort in Montego Bay. In 1978, he started performing regularly in the visitor circuit until earning a talent competition in 1980. Your competition was organised with a German consumer electronics firm which sponsored the vocalist on the two-month tour of Germany. The tour resulted in him getting recruited with the Jamaican visitor board to market the island in america, Canada and European countries. His notoriety spread and by the first 80s he was recognized as Jamaica’s leading cabaret musician with some honours from Rockers mag, JAMI as well as the Jamaican Federation of Music artists. In 1984, he released his debut, Like People, that confirmed his reggae-styled lounge lyricism. The name an eye on his debut was highlighted in the soundtrack from the film Club Heaven. The vocalist also voiced some commercials before launching his follow-up, Nowhere Like Jamaica, in 1986. Dark brown’s vocals had been also utilised in additional film produces, The Howling III as well as the Fourth Protocol. Dark brown performed in NEVADA, Nevada, USA and in 1992 he sang the American nationwide anthem on the heavyweight tournament between Razor Ruddock and David Web page. Brown continued to be in NEVADA to the millennium where he concurrently examined and graduated in artwork at the School of Nevada. In 1997, he released ‘Dad & Friend’ that highlighted an early on appearance from Benjy Myaz. However the song didn’t make a substantial chart impression Dark brown was undeterred and released some popular strikes in his very own right such as for example, ‘We HAVE TO Find out’, ‘Gorgeous Woman’ and ‘Terms Of Knowledge’. In November 2000 the vocalist varied into sponsorship. He advertised the A.J. Dark brown Fashion Follies, carrying out alongside Judy Emmanuel as well as the Jamaican radio disk jockey Fae Ellington.