VERNON BOURNE | SINGING VERNON

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SINGING VERNON

by VERNON BOURNE

The style of the music captures the funk, roots, rock and reggae
Genre: World: Reggae
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1. Times Hard Featuring Tazz Major
Vernon Bourne
4:00 $0.99
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2. Love
Vernon Bourne
4:31 $0.99
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3. Chip Hop
Vernon Bourne
4:35 $0.99
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4. Life is Like A River
Vernon Bourne
4:33 $0.99
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5. Why
Vernon Bourne
4:22 $0.99
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6. Keep On
Vernon Bourne
4:17 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Vernon Bourne “Singing Vernon” grew up in a small town called Santa Cruz, in the parish of St. Elizabeth, Jamaica W. I. I attended the Santa Cruz All Age School, then St. Elizabeth Technical High School. At the age of ten, he started singing in his class choir, where he learned to appreciate harmonies.

His father and uncle were musicians in the 50's and 60's, playing Mento, Calypso and Blues music. They played in a bands called "Red Hot Six" or "Collegate Band", based in Santa Cruz, St. Elizabeth. His family on a whole is very much music oriented.

He started recognizing his ability to sing, spinning and singing with the records on his cousin’s dance hall sound system in the 1980's named "Sal Soul Disco". "I was more compelled to make music when I met Dudley Eulitt, a musician, composer and now co-producer," explains Vernon.

In 2004 he sang his first song called "Times Hard" with Tazz Major, who encouraged him to work with him as a duo in the song. During that time he did two other songs entitled "Chip Hop" and "Love Is A Hurting Thing."

Singing Vernon really took the business seriously, when he did "Life Is Like A River." He then started getting more rotations on the Jamaica radio stations, then he followed up with "Why " and "Keep On" which inspired him to complete this offering of 12 wonderful tracks for you to enjoy.

For VERNON BOURNE "SINGING VERNON"

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Noreen Asher

Life is like a River
Good Music!!!Suprised you have got in to the music industry. I thought Leslie was the singer in your family! See you soon I will be in JA in December so may be able to touch base.
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annie

songs are inspireing and true. bless up
singer you need to give us moore songs
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Darren

Awesome work dude....Awesome work....
Vernon this is Darren the Video Producer....it is awesome to see that you are up and running with your CD...it was fun and my pleasure to have directed the videos for this production....let's work together again real soon....Peace and Blessings....Darren Hicks
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BLESSINGS

Singing Vernon your songs naturally sensatious.
The words of your songs are true to life and it is a catalyst to our #1 reggae artist the great Robert Nesta Marley. Your songs are very appetizing and coupled with its cleaness, can be listened to by the entire family. The more i listen to the songs the more awesome they sound.
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