Chris Abani
Opal Palmer Adisa
Wayne Armond
Jean Binta Breeze
Tim Cahill
Austin Clarke
Maryse Condé
Ibo Cooper
Arnaldo Correa
Blacka Ellis
Nelson Eubanks
Percival Everett
Leonie Forbes
Don George
Steve Golding
Barbara Blake Hannah
Sean Keith Henry
Ishion Hutchinson
Amanda Jones
Kaylie Jones
Laurie McAndish King
Glenville Lovell
Rita Marley
devorah major
John Maxwell
Mark McMorris
Tessa McWatt
China Miéville
Harryette Mullen
Claudia Rankine
Nina Revoyr
Time Seibles
Veronica Saulter
Nadine Sutherland
Rudolph Wallace
Dan Wideman
Anthony Winkler
Big Youth
Wayne Armond
Best known as the lead singer of the seminal reggae band Chalice, Wayne Armond began his music career in the 1970s during his high school years as a member of the Hell’s Angels. During this time he supported a number of leading Jamaican artists in performance, among them: the Wailers, Ken Boothe and Delroy Wilson. In 1978, he joined Byron Lee and the Dragonaires as guitarist, forming Chalice two years later in 1980. With Chalice, he wrote and recorded a number of hits including “I Still Love You,” “Good To Be There,” and “Revival Time.” After Chalice, Mr. Armond toured the world for six years as a guitarist with reggae icon Jimmy Cliff. He has also toured as a guitarist with jazz legend Monty Alexander.

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