Veteran Reggae Music Musician/Producer launches new record label

HAWAII – Veteran Reggae music musician / producer, Jack Miller, is set to launch the new Dreadlock Records label.

The Hawaiian based label will release the historical music movie documentary DVD, Dreadlock Rock, and movie soundtrack CD in October. The movie will be screened in various markets and film festivals around North America in the Fall / Winter of 2007/08. Special concert dates including Jack Miller and the Reggae music icons in the film and soundtrack will be planned also.

Dreadlock Rock Records will be releasing, Dreadlock Rock Dub (dub companion to the Dreadlock Rock movie soundtrack), Blue Riddim Live (recorded in California in 1981), Be My Lover Again – James McWhinney (formerly of Big Mountain), and Vision (a Jack Miller compilation) all to be available for purchase digitally online this Fall and DreadlockRock.com website.

Dreadlock Rock is an incredible musical and spiritual journey told through the lives of the brilliantly talented Jamaican musicians who’s “Reggae, Rasta Revolution” of one love, one heart would forever change the musical world.

In 1977, California musician, Jack Miller went to Jamaica beginning a passionate, life long pilgrimage into the heart of the Kingston recording scene.

Miller befriended, recorded & toured with a who’s who of Reggae superstars including Sly Dunbar & Robbie Shakespeare, the Mighty Diamonds, Big Youth, Rebel Rockers, the Reggae All-Stars, Blue Riddim Band, The Soul Syndicate and members of Third World and the Wailers.

Documenting legendary recording sessions at Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong Studio, Harry J’s and Channel One Studios in Kingston, live concert performances and revealing interviews with Peter Tosh, Toots & the Maytals, Third World, Willie Nelson, Sly & Robbie, Tabby Diamond and Bob Marley & the Wailers.

It’s a thirty year musical journey that comes full circle in a powerful climax at the “Reggae Summit” in Jamaica with the Love, Peace & Unity Band.

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