TIBON Oge, a singer and songwriter is using his talent to raise awareness about domestic violence.
The local boy band from Choviri in Central Honiara, Doorman’s Project or commonly known as DMP was excited to do a track recording with the touring Jamaican reggae legend Anthony B during his short visit over the weekend.
LEGENDARY Jamaican reggae artist Anthony B is set to rock fans at the Pacific Casino Hotel sea-front in a one night show in Honiara tonight.
THE British Artist Leonie Adams from the Dionysus Ensemble, a musical group, is currently in Honiara as part of their visit to the Music Club called Piano Association of Solomon Islands (PASI).
DMP’s band manager and promoter DJ Victor Lopez said the local boy band is currently working on an album and they have few surprise features installed for the upcoming 4th album.
Touring Jamaican Reggae superstar Da’Ville a.k.a Turii Maysun has been featured in Doorman’s Project (DMP) new album which is currently being recorded.
The touring Rock City (a.k.a R.City) band has rocked music fans in Honiara in a one-night show at the Heritage Park Hotel car park in Honiara, Friday.
REGGAE fans in the city will have something to look forward to, when world’s renowned reggae band, Big Mountain returns on August 25th.
JAHBOY has created history for Solomon Islands becoming the first Solomon Islander artist to be recognised and invited to the ‘One Love Festival’ in Tauranga, New Zealand.
Solomon Islands very own young, aspiring and talented singer/song writer Rosie Delmah, has just released a new original single entitled ‘Mama I Love You’, last Friday.
SOLOMON Islands music sensation and Aelan music king ‘Sharzy’ is set to release his new album entitled ‘One Summer’, by the end of April.
THE Melanesian Arts & Cultural Festival (MACFest) Committee is calling on musicians around the country to submit entries for the Festival Theme Song completion which opens this week.
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