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Chuck Turner

b. Charles Turner, 6 Apr 1963, Jamaica, Western world Indies. Turner’s preliminary experience within the Jamaican music sector was being a drummer, and he initial embarked on program work at age 11. In 1974, he was utilized to try out in program at Route One, Dynamics and Tuff Gong. With the past due 70s he previously joined a music group performing as Dark Culture before shifting towards the Zenith Music group who had guaranteed a normal bookings in the isle’s resort circuit. The Zenith Music group made little influence within the documenting sector, although these were invited to execute on the annual Reggae Sunsplash celebration in 1984. While acknowledging the prestige of executing alongside Jamaica’s finest, Turner came back towards the resort circuit where he became a member of the Tony DaCosta Affair on the Seawind Resort in Montego Bay. DaCosta became Turner’s guiding coach and coached him being a singer to execute reggae and spirit towards the vacationers. His experience being a vocalist led to him joining Ruler Jammy’s audio system in addition to performing on various other popular noises. Turner’s association with Jammy resulted in documenting periods and in 1987 he liked popular with ‘I Want You’. He taken care of a high account within the Jamaican graph and in the past due 80s enjoyed lots 1 hit using the sublime ‘Tears’. Through the entire 90s Turner toured THE UNITED STATES and European countries alongside artists such as for example, Lieutenant Stitchie, Charlie Chaplin, Josey Wales, Leroy Wise, Glucose Minott, Admiral Bailey, Frankie Paul, Supercat and Shabba Rates. Furthermore to his frantic touring plan he set up his songwriting abilities and supplied support in Jamaica for going to artists such as for example, Chaka Khan, Ronnie Dyson and Johnny Gill. While he hasn’t maintained a higher profile within the reggae graphs Turner continued release a the occasional strike, like the Lloyd Barnes -created ‘Over You’ in 2000.

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