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Marcia Griffiths talks to Sarah C of Vibes FM about her upcoming album release and her appearance tonight at the 20th Miss Jamaica UK at the Troxy, London E1.

For more information about Marcia, please visit www.marciagriffiths.net

More info about Sarah C and Vibes FM at:

Please note that most of my latest interviews can be found at: http://djsarahc.mypodcast.com

The archives remain here at: http://djsarahc.podomatic.com



To mark the launch of the Reggae Anthology - celebrating 50 years of Randy’s Record Label, Sarah C talks to Clive Chin, whose father Vincent started Randy’s Records.

Since those early pioneering days, Randy’s has blossomed into a successful, international brand known today as VP Records. It’s the record label that all up and coming Caribbean artists aspire to.

Clive Chin looks back over 50 incredible years and pays tribute to the late Alton Ellis.

For more information about VP Records, please check out www.vprecords.com

For more information about either Sarah C or Vibes 93.8FM, please see www.vibesfm.net or www.myspace.com/djsarahc



Oliver Samuels talks to Sarah C of Vibes FM about his inspiration, his history and his upcoming show, Guava Jelly at the Brixton Academy this Sunday 28 September 2008.

The show is mad. You'd be crazy to miss it.


Busy Signal, one of the most charming ambassadors of dancehall, talks to Sarah C of Vibes 93.8FM about his 2nd LP, Loaded, which will be released on VP Records on 22 September. We also discuss his new management, his style and his hopes for the future.

For more information about Busy Signal, please see www.myspace.com/onebusysignal

For more info about either Sarah C or Vibes FM, please see www.myspace.com/djsarahc Enjoy.

Jah Mason takes time out of his rehersals to talk to Sarah C of Vibes 93.8FM about his new album, "No Matter The Time" on Vikings Records and his upcoming show this Sunday at the Stratford Rex, London. Jah Mason will be performing alongside Turbulence, Gyptian, Pinchers and Anthony Que in what promises to be a Cultural Affair.

For more Jah Mason Information please click www.jahmason.net
You can find me at www.myspace.com/djsarahc



Beenie Man talks to Sarah C about his style, his music, his women and his opinions.

Beenie Man will be appearing this Sunday, 17 August 2008 at the Stratford Rex alongside Tony Matterhorn for the Birthday celebration of DJ Face.

In the spirit of fairness, we will look for Bounty Killa's perspective at the earliest opportunity. Alliance fans, never fear!

Following Beenie Man’s interview I was contacted by Dimmie Joe Muzic, management for Tanto Metro & Devonte who whole heartedly refute Beenie Man’s claim that he wrote and partly produced Tanto Metro & Devonte’s first hit, “Everyone Falls In Love Sometime”. Dimmie Joe Muzic have issued the following statement:

"To whom it may concern,
We would like to address the issue of wrongful information that was posted on your website in the form of an interview between Moses Davis also known as Beenie Man and Sarah C of Vibes 93.8 FM on August 13, 2008 08:55 AM. In the interview Beenie Man states that he was responsible for writing and partly producing everyone falls in love by Tanto Metro and Devonte and even implies that he is the one responsible for the Duo success in past years.

These remarks can be seen as a blatant disregard of respect and professionalism and since they were not corrected I believe that it is our responsibility to clear the air so to speak and let it be know that Moses Davis A.K.A Beenie Man did not write this or any such song for Tanto Metro and Devonte nor has he ever been a part of the production on any project that the duo has worked on. The song Everyone Falls in Love Sometimes was written by Devonte. Yes it is true that the two acts were at the same production company for many years and share many connections and aspects of the music business however their individual careers and creative aspects have never been intertwined in such a fashion. We feel that it is our responsibility to put an end to this untrue rumor, thus it would be our pleasure to do an interview via phone if necessary. It would also please us if you could organize a retraction or correction of the statement on your website.

We appreciate your cooperation and included in this email is our contact information for future reference.

Thank You and Much Respect.

Dimmie Joe Music Ltd.
Representatives of Tanto Metro and Devonte.
Dimmie Joe Muzik Ltd.
5 Springvale Avenue, Kingston 10

"/end of statement

The mischievous side of Sarah C wonders what inspired the lyric “beep beep who’s got the keys to my jeep”. I look forward to catching up with Tanto Metro and Devonte in the near future to hear their side of the story.


With St Mary Mi Come From coming up this week, thought I'd share this Capleton interview recorded earlier this year whilst Capleton was over in the UK for a show.

Capleton talks about his inspiration as well as the David House Camp and his plans for the future.



Morgan Heritage catch up with Sarah C to talk about their history, their latest album, Mission In Progress for VP Records and their plans for the future. One from the archive, recorded in April 08 just before the release of thier latest album. Check it out and enjoy...


Sarah C catches up with Tony Rebel after the Kings and Queens of Reggae Show in London.


Papa San talks to Sarah C about his forthcoming album, his current UK tour and his faith. Also features a quick word with the promoter, Bishop Carlton Morgan of the Grace International Miracle Ministries.


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