b. Leonard Aloysius Hibbert, 12 November 1928, Mavis Loan provider, Jamaica, Western world Indies, d. 1984, Jamaica, Western Indies. Hibbert’s fascination with music began when he was 2 yrs old. He later on became a member of the Salvation Military where he could focus on his percussion abilities by playing within the military rings’ drums. At age eight he visited the celebrated Alpha Kids College where he became a member of their band like a drummer. After departing the institution in 1944 he performed in several little orchestras and lastly became a member of a Jamaican Armed service Music group in 1946. It had been within the solutions that he perfected playing the vibraphone. In the past due 50s he came back towards the Alpha Kids College where he was recruited like a bandmaster. During his period as a teacher he taught several fledgling music artists that included Floyd Lloyd and Vin Gordon. The institution offers since been recognized as a significant influence within the Jamaican documenting market and Sister Mary Ignatious Davies, who worked well alongside Hibbert, is definitely known as an motivation to Jamaican music artists. In the first 70s Hibbert documented in classes at Coxsone Dodd’s Studio room One that resulted in the discharge of two instrumental albums. He protected various music in his personal inimitable method including, ‘Moonlight Becomes You’, ‘Can’t Consider My Eye Of You’ and an astounding version from the Keith And Tex’s ‘Tonight’, suitably labelled ‘Genuine Sizzling’. He also caused Harry Mudie who used him to embellish the Dennis Strolls’ calypso-tinged ‘Margaret’, re-titled ‘Margaret’s Fantasy’. It had been around this period that Hibbert influenced his nephew Junior Delgado to go after a profession within the music sector. In 1976 Hibbert was honored the Purchase Of Difference for his contribution to music on the isle as well as for his just work at the Alpha Children College alongside Sister Davies. After Hibbert’s loss of life in 1984, ska star and alumni Floyd Lloyd overdubbed an array of his unreleased materials (Village Spirit) which was licensed thanks to the percussionist’s kid Joe. Lennie Hibbert’s tireless work toward educating aspiring music artists overshadowed a lot of his very own function, although his percussion abilities within the reggae sector are widely recognized.