While Bob Marley may be most closely associated with the heyday of reggae music, there are others who did not achieve international stardom but remain popular in Jamaica and among reggae fans; singers and songwriters who maintain the spiritual and social values reflected in their music. Now they will once again sing about those values on an international tour. Inna de Yard captures the musicians—among them Ken Boothe, Winston McAnuff, Kiddus I, and Cedric Myton—as they reacquaint, swap stories, and talk of their lives as they rehearse in a studio adorned with hundreds of old LPs and 45s.
‘A Jamaican Beuna Vista Social Club’ – Echoes
‘Warm and engaging…has an infectious groove” – Screen Daily
‘A treasurable trip into the heart of reggae’ ★★★★- Total Film
‘Soulful and uplifting’ ★★★★ – Empire