b. Leebert Morrison, c.1959, Clarendon, Jamaica, West Indies. Morrison, referred to as Gibby, in the beginning played lead acoustic guitar using the Solid Basis music group. His encounter with the group resulted in him playing business lead guitar for several reggae celebrities, including Jimmy Cliff, Peter Tosh, Dennis Dark brown, Gregory Isaacs, Bunny Wailer and dub poet Mutaburaka. Additional prestigious performances consist of classes with Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith’s Large Times music group and with Dean Fraser’s 809 music group to the 90s. Following a demise from the 809 music group, Morrison performed his debut like a single guitarist in Kingston at a style night promoting rock and roll music. He performed much metal interpretation from the Troggs’ 60s strike, ‘Crazy Thing’, influenced by his acoustic guitar hero Jimi Hendrix. Although his overall performance was well received, weighty guitar sounds weren’t common in Jamaica; however, Peter Blake of Kingston Muzik was sufficiently influenced to indication him. Morrison ambitiously embarked on the mission to expose this style towards the dancehall and enrolled Junior ‘Big Parrot’ Baille (drums), Lyndon ‘Ace Bass’ Webb (bass acoustic guitar) and Andrew ‘Simmo’ Simpson (acoustic guitar) to execute as Gibby. The music group embarked on classes for Electric powered Avenue, which showcased their particular style as well as the versatility from the reggae experienced Ruddy Thomas, who manufactured the task. In 1997 Morrison performed at MIDEM in Cannes, France, illustrating the variety of Jamaican music. Although his endeavours have already been lauded from the press, the dancehall target audience generally continues to be impervious to Gibby’s unparalleled sound.