Awesome Reggae With Link & Chain

Written by on 28th April 2021

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The Awesome Reggae Line Up That Is link & Chain


Link & Chain musical group involves four rastaman. Dwight Campbell “Ta Seti”, Paul Williams “Congo Paul” Trevor Douglas “Kasha ” Oneil Griffiths “IceCold”.

Link & Chain is a band of brothers that have been harmonizing together and co-writing their reggae songs for decades since their early days in Jamaica. The name was chosen because of its significance to the struggle of our ancestors and it also significant to the unity of InI coming together & holding together as links on a chain. The group came together in 1986 as a trio and still has three of its original members. Rock N Roll Magazine’s J. Poet noted of the band, “As good as any trio the island’s ever produced”. The newest member of the group is Oneil Griffiths who joined in 2015. Over the course of time, their musical success placed them alongside the All-Stars of Jamaican reggae groups and into magazines such as Rock N Roll Magazine, Beat and Pulse! Inspired by their Rastafari faith, they write their own unique spiritual, danceable music designed to uplift, educate & entertain.

The Reggae Band Based In Jamaica

Based in Jamaica and Florida, Link&Chain band has a storied history of performing at renowned festivals such as Reggae SunSplash -Jamaica, Eastern Consciousness Western Consciousness-Jamaica, & Riverside Arts Festival-California as well as tours throughout the USA. Cecilia Campbell of Powerhouse Magazine wrote, “Link&Chain left tongues wagging and hearts beating after they gave a stunning performance on Emancipation Day Celebration. They kept the vibes flowing with each selection performed”. This outstanding group involves four extraordinary livicated Rasta man: Dwight Campbell the maestro is known “Tah-Seti”, Paul Williams, the big voice is “Mirror”. Trevor Douglas is known to us as “Kasha” and is the inspiration, the strong one and O’Neil Griffiths. Listen to interviews with the band here: Click Here

Back Together Again!

After the members took some time away from music, Link & Chain reconnected to create six new sunny soundscapes on their latest EP entitled Fix the Roof. In the EP Link & Chain fused modern and old-school Jamaican reggae. “Don’t let your life pass you by, go ‘Fix the Roof,’ then get out and live it!”- Tah-Seti [Band member]. Fix The Roof has been getting positive responses & massive airplay and streams. The EP contains an array of catchy, hook-laden tracks that elicit messages of peace, love and hope. The six compositions display a theme of strength and unity, just as Link & Chain itself does within its members. The band is quick to point out, “As a group, we were influenced by all of the Wailers … Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, and bands like Foundation, Steel Pulse, Wailing Souls, Heptones, Third World Jimmy Cliff, and OM.” Fix the Roof displays a distinctively modern reggae sound yet has its roots firmly planted in Jamaican old-school style. The band explains, “Our creative goal in this EP was to tap into our uniqueness, which I believe comes from all of us working together for over three decades.”

The First Single From The Band

The seasoned veteran musicians have been releasing conscious roots reggae since 1990. Their 1st single was African Struggle on vinyl. Then came New Day (1990) produced by Lawrence “Jack Ruby” Lindo, released by RAS Records label. In 1992 they released the album S.T.O.P, Produced by Phillip “Fatis” Burrell for RAS Records Label. In 2014 came Improve Yourself, a compilation album released by Link & Chain on the LCMG label. 2015 brought New Day Revisited a single produced by Barry O’Hare and released by Link & Chain Music. Stay tuned for many new releases and Tour Dates.


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