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Vivian Jones

Vivian Jones

At the age of ten, Vivian Jones left Trelawney, Jamaica, in 1967 to settle in England. In 1977 he joined the band the Spartans and began to write his own material. A couple of bands later, Vivian went solo and achieved a number 1 in the reggae charts in 1980 with "Good Morning" In 1981, "Black Echoes" magazine voted him the most talented singer/songwriter in the UK. 1988 saw another number 1 in the reggae charts, "Sugar Love", which stayed there for four weeks.

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