THE PAGE BELOW SUPPLIES A LIST OF NEWSPAPER ARTICLES THAT DISCUSS MR. PINKNEY'S SUPERB PERFORMANCES WORLDWIDE.
articles taken from the jamaica observer
1. Dwight Pinkney made waves in Toronto - JAMAICAOBSERVER.COM
FOLLOWING a masterful performance at Toronto's Flava nightclub, guitarist, composer, arranger and singer Dwight Pinkney has already been rebooked for a follow-up performance at the trendy nightspot. Published: Thursday, August 15, 2002
2. Dwight Pinkney sitting pretty on New York charts - JAMAICAOBSERVER.COM
DWIGHT Pinkney has done it again. This time the ace reggae guitarist, vocalist, composer and his latest CD, More Jamaican Memories +, have hit the New York charts.
Published: Wednesday, July 10, 2002
3. Dwight Pinkney offers a second helping of memorable music - JAMAICAOBSERVER.COM
RESPECTED veteran guitarist Dwight Pinkney launched his latest album, More Memories Plus, in fine style Tuesday night at the Hilton Hotel's Jonkanoo Lounge.
Published: Friday, May 17, 2002
4. More memories from Dwight Pinkney - JAMAICAOBSERVER.COM
For the past 30 years guitarist Dwight Pinkney has played on some of the biggest hits recorded in Jamaica, his riffs spicing up songs by lovers rock giants Gregory Isaacs and Barrington Levy. Three years ago, the former Roots Radics Band axeman's career took a new lease on life with the release of his instrumental album, Jamaican Memories By The Score.
Published: Saturday, April 13, 2002
5.First Grammy nod for Beres Hammond - JAMAICAOBSERVER.COM
MUSIC Is Life is Beres Hammond's sixth album for the Queens, New York-based independent reggae label, VP Records. If it wins the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album on February 27, it would be a first for both artiste and company.
Published: Friday, January 11, 2002
Articles from the Jamaica Gleaner
1. Jamaica Gleaner - Dwight Pinkney's album doing well - Friday D
Friday | December 1, 2000 Search the Web! Dwight Pinkney's album doing well GUITARIST DWIGHT Pinkney is still enjoying the success of his instrumental album Jamaican Memories By
2. Jamaica Gleaner - Friday December 1, 2000
Friday | December 1, 2000 Search the Web! Lead Stories PRIME MINISTER P.J. Patterson yesterday said the Government was lending $1 billion for investment and retooling existing
3. Jamaica Gleaner - A night of 'sweet nostalgic outpourings' - Tuesday
Tuesday | May 30, 2000 A night of 'sweet nostalgic outpourings' Justin Whyte, Entertainment Editor WHAT IS it that makes MKB promotions' Heineken Startime so different and
4. Jamaica Gleaner - Entertainment - Tuesday June 13, 2000
Tuesday | June 13, 2000 Search the Web! Entertainment DESPITE TECHNICAL glitches, the album launch of Tony Greene's Square From Cuba on Sunday night at the Turn Table club was an
5. Jamaica Gleaner - Entertainment Update - Sunday June 11, 2000
Sunday | June 11, 2000 Search the Web! Entertainment Update The evergreen Wailing Souls The Wailing Souls launched their latest album last week. Members 'Bread' and 'Pipe' have
6. Jamaica Gleaner - Tuesday June 13, 2000
Tuesday | June 13, 2000 Search the Web! Lead Stories COMMISSIONER OF Corrections, Lieutenant Colonel John Prescod, yesterday said he believed correctional officers were
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