Lloyd Robinson is a Reggae singer that recorded a number of songs for Studio One, one of Jamaica's most renowned record labels and recording studios sometimes described as "the Motown of Jamaica", starting in 1963.
Tenor Saxophonist Cedric “IM” Brooks is one of Jamaica’s most adventurous musicians. Born in the heart of Kingston, Brooks was a student at the legendary Alpha Reform School for Boys in Vineyard Town. In the 60’s Brooks attended college in the USA and eventually moved there permanently.
Willie, or Willi as he prefers to be called, is most famous for singing a song called Armagideon Time on the classic reggae riddim called "Real Rock" for reggae uberlabel Studio One. A huge hit in Jamaica and the rest of the world, it was covered by the Clash, and has remained popular, cropping up in films like Ghost Dog.
Devon Russell (died 18 June 1997) aka Devon Irons, was a Jamaican rocksteady and reggae singer and record producer who recorded between the 1960s and the 1990s, both as a solo artist and as a member of The Tartans and Cultural Roots.
Michigan and Smiley were a Jamaican singing combo of the late seventies first wave of Dancehall music, founded by Papa Michigan (born Anthony Fairclough) and General Smiley (born Erroll Bennett) and included Yellowman, Eek-A-Mouse, Lone Ranger, General Echo, and others.
Jackie Mittoo (Donat Roy Mittoo, Browns Town, Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica, 3 March 1948 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 16 December 1990) was a Jamaican organ, piano and keyboard player, songwriter and musical director.