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Raggs Gustaffe - Lips on You #Flyah Review


Born Benville A Gustaffe to Susan and Charles Gustaffe, Raggs began singing in the church at 8 years old. In 1975, "Raggs" heard the Bob Marley and The Wailers and it ignited a passion for reggae music and to perform.
Raggs Gustaffe is one of the most entertaining artists, his stage presence is captivating, with a voice that brings visions of the great reggae artists of all time like Bob Marley, Gregory Isaacs, Peter Tosh, and Dennis Brown, not to mention his original music.
He and his band Bush Doktor has performed in Europe, Asia, the USA, Canada and the Caribbean, and currently perform regularly at Zola’s in Spokane, WA.

For historical reference 'Born Under The Clock' means one was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and this lifelong friendship of Singer/Songwriter Raggs Gustaffe & Producer/Songwriter/Author Sonny Cole was born in Kingston, under the Half-Way-Tree Clock.
A lifetime ago a bunch of friends while sitting under an Almond Tree playing Domino's, drinking juice and listening to music, an idea was born to exercise their musical talents.  Out of the birth came the production "Only One Star In My Life" on 45 RPM.
But sometimes gumption has to take a back seat the reality of the moment.
Life had other ideas like the raising of kids, other responsibilities and a career to support those thing.
Now the fullness of time has matured and here we are..just in time to fulfill desting.
New release "Lips On You" off the EP Album "Born Under The Clock" Because we are..tick-tock, tick-tock
"Lips On You" is currently #1 on the Reverbnation Charts

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