Freddie Mcgregor
 
Freddie McGregor born in Kingston, Jamaica on June 27, 1956 and joined the Clarendonians at the age of seven in 1963. He hasn't stopped singing since, first for Coxsone Dodd's Studio One, through the Soul Syndicate in the late '70s, then as his own producer in the '80s. Bobby Bobylon became one of the finest productions in Dodd's history, compiling a decade's worth of unreleased tracks into Freddie's masterpiece. He has his own studio Big Ship Records.

Freddie McGregor the unstoppable wonder with the golden voice, has returned once again with his 9th LP release entitled, "Anthology". "Anthology" a 2 disc CD with 20 mellow tracks, is comprised of hits from a list of classic albums like, ³Now², the "Jamaican Classics Series", "Masterpiece" and "Push On" and amongst them are some of Freddie¹s greatest hits, tracks like, "Big Ship", "Stop Loving You", "I Was Born A Winner" and "Loving Pauper", just to name a few.

Freddie Mc Gregor a family man with three boys and three girls, has been in the business for about 25 years, coming up through the ranks of reggae alongside veterans like Gregory Issacs, Dennis Brown, and Bob Marley. He loves football and riding and owns his own horses. He has had extended tours throughout the US, Japan and Caribbean but admitted Germany is a favorite of his as they have embraced reggae like no othe European country. Equally at home in lovers rock or Rasta roots, composer/singer McGregor is consistently satisfying.

Albums: 84 "Come on Over", "84 Across the Border", 86 "All in the Same Boat', 88 "Big Ship", 89 "Reggae Rockers", 91 "Now", 92 "Big Ship", 93 "Hard to Get", 93 "Legit", 94 "Zion Chant", 94 "Push On", 94 "Carry Go Bring Come", 95 "Forever My Love", 95 "Live in London (1991)", 97 "Masterpiece", "Live at the Town & Country Club", "Rumours", "Guantanamera", "Bobby Bobylon", "Anthology".

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