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Monday, 15 May 2017 18:23

Celebrating The Icons - Carl Jacobs

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Carl Jacobs first entered the local music scene as a wide-eyed and bushy-tailed teenager, determined to make it in what was a growing and widely competitive industry.

He soon made a name for himself, performing with some of the best in the business - luminaries like David Rudder, the Might Sparrow and Charlie’s Roots.

The veteran singer returned home a few years ago.

In this special report, the Sugar Island singer shares snippets of his journey and comments on the growth of the local music industry with Dionne Baptiste.

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