13 January 2011

Sly & Robbie and The Family Taxi: One Pop Reggae GRAMMY Nominated for "Best Reggae Album"

Phase One Communications is pleased to announce Sly & Robbie and The Family Taxi GRAMMY nomination in the category of "Best Reggae Album" for One Pop Reggae. For the two-time GRAMMY award winners, this nomination makes Sly & Robbie's 17th nod over the course of their career. This year's 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards ceremony will be held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA on Sunday, February 13, 2011.

Sly & Robbie are world renowned music producers and players whose name are credited for over 250,000 songs produced by artists including The Rolling Stones, Sting, Madonna, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan and No Doubt, to name a few. They have been in the mainstream of the music industry worldwide for more than 30 years.

Sly & Robbie and the Family Taxi's 2010 release, One Pop Reggae features artists such as Bunny Ruggs of Third World, Scantana, Jimmy Riley, Leba, Lutan Fyah, UNITZz, Cherine Anderson, Courtney John and Chuckle Berry. The album's 17 tracks include pop covers such as "Need You Now" (Lady Antebellum), "Hotel California" (The Eagles), "Locomotion" (Grand Funk Railroad) and "Johnny B. Goode" (Chuck Berry).

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