Poppyland Radio is excited to announce the launch of an electrifying new show this week— "Reggae Thru The Decades" with Chris Dunn. Tune in every Sunday at 5 pm as Chris embarks on a musical journey through the timeless sounds of reggae.
Born in the UK in 1960, Chris Dunn's deep passion for reggae music was ignited during the early 70s. It was a transformative era where iconic artists like The Pioneers, Bob & Marcia, Jimmy Cliff, Desmond Dekker, and Dave & Ansel Collins dominated the UK charts, leaving an indelible mark on Chris's musical soul.
Chris's professional life as a train driver has taken him on many journeys, but it's his unwavering love for reggae that has driven his personal journey through music. During his formative years, while working on a factory production line, he was enveloped in a daily playlist that resonated through the workplace's tannoy system, featuring reggae, soca, and calypso tunes. This immersive experience further deepened his connection with reggae, making it an integral part of his life.
"Reggae Thru The Decades" is a show that will transport you through time, starting in the 60s, cruising through the 70s and 80s, and finally landing in the vibrant 90s. The show promises to play all associated sub-genres of reggae from each of these influential decades. From the rootsy sounds of the 60s to the dancehall beats of the 90s, Chris Dunn will curate a diverse playlist that captures the essence of each era.
Join us on Poppyland Radio every Sunday at 5 pm as Chris Dunn takes you on a groovy journey through the history of reggae. Whether you're a die-hard reggae enthusiast or just looking to discover the magic of this genre, "Reggae Thru The Decades" is your ticket to a rhythmic adventure through time.
"Reggae Thru The Decades" is more than a show; it's a celebration of the music that has touched hearts and brought people together across generations. Don't miss out on this soulful journey through reggae's golden years. Tune in to Poppyland Radio every Sunday at 5 pm and let the good vibes flow.