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Freddie McGregor Plus special guests Chino, Laden & The Millenium Band from JAMAICA
When one refers to classic reggae entertainers,Freddie McGregor comes to the forefront, a household name for music lovers of the Diaspora. As an internationally acclaimed singer, songwriter and producer extraordinaire, Freddie has achieved a remarkable 40 year tenure in the music business and is considered Jamaica’s most consistent recording artist elevating his status to Jamaica’s supreme reggae ambassador. Appearing at Africa Oye Festival June 20th and 21st June 2009, Sefton Park, Liverpool, England, UK. Credit: DAVID J COLBRAN
Photo by David J Colbran - to use or licence this image please contact me via my Liverpool photography website.
Jamaican dancehall reggae artist ; at the Africa Oye Festival 2015, Liverpool, UK ; Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st June 2015
By Liverpool photographer David J Colbran, please contact me for usage outside Tumblr
Mali singer and songwriter ; at Africa Oye Festival, Sefton Park, Liverpool ; 18th 19th June 2011
Africa Oye - I’ve been covering the event for 14 years, so was particularly gutted to hear it has been cancelled. Ever since I moved to Liverpool I have supplied images of the live acts to specialist agent ArenaPAL, where I have built up quite an extensive archive. Images have been licenced to a wide variety of national and international publications over the years. So I’m returning to my archive and showcasing my favourites here, remembering the party times of Oye ! @africaoye
"I have employed David for conferences, presentations, social engagements, marketing materials, open days, portrait shots, official document signings amongst many others. David has always been amenable to our sometimes short notice and has delivered our photos in a quick time frame as agreed and sometimes much quicker depending on our needs. He has always been very helpful, he follows and delivers on the brief and is able to give additional value to jobs with minimal briefs. I am more than happy to recommend David and he will no doubt deliver the same quality he provides us."