The countdown to the Jamaica Music Conference (JMC) is underway. With less than 30 days until the conference, anticipation is building and so are the major announcements. The latest breaking news is the speaking confirmation of music luminary Marcia Griffiths. A landmark addition to the JMC speaker lineup, “The Queen of Reggae” will participate in the popular “Artist in Focus” one-on-one interview on the final day of the ultra-comprehensive, 4-day program. Her insights on her compelling journey to greatness as well as her career longevity, among other critical topics are eagerly anticipated.
The JMC brings together high profile members of the music industry to discuss current industry issues, trends, and to plan strategies for greater success. The conference will be held on November 15-18, 2018 at venues in Kingston, Jamaica.
The renowned singer boasts the highest-selling single of all time by a female Reggae artiste for her 1980s crossover hit the “Electric Boogie” remix (a Bunny Wailer cover). In 2014, Griffiths received Jamaica’s fifth highest National honour, the Order of Distinction (Commander Class).
“The JMC team is humbled and honored by the participation of one of Jamaica’s most iconic stars. Marcia Griffiths’ story is so valuable to the millions of young women and men pursuing the profession of music, across all genres. Her confirmation has ensured that JMC 2018 will be historic,” commented Kwasi Bonsu, Founder of JMC.
With a career that dates back to the 1960s, most notably, Marcia Griffiths continues to maintain a prominent position in the musical sphere, as her latest single, “Too Good at Goodbyes”, is prominently riding Reggae charts.
Reggae Dancehall artiste, Tifa, will also speak at the conference, she will be on a panel on the first day of the conference. Tifa will also participate in multiple conference activities and will be the featured performer at JMC’s popular Jamnesia Showcase.
Additionally, media and music industry professionals, like renowned journalist Pat Meschino of music publication giant Billboard magazine, will curate a workshop on navigating music publicity. Celebrated publicist Ronnie Tomlinson will offer key insights on a panel geared toward women in music.
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Source: Flair Lindsey, Acclaim PR