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The Author Profile: Lee Abel first traveled to Jamaica in 1979 to photograph the Rastafarians. Her images since then have graced the covers of over 80 reggae albums, countless magazines and websites, and 2 editions of Lonely Planet's Guidebook to Jamaica. For more information, contact her at leeabel[AT]mindspring.com.

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Matisyahu Show Review and Slideshow – Regency Ballroom




Matisyahu August 3, 2010 Regency Ballroom, San Francisco The youthful crowd, punctuated here and there by a white-bearded Jewish elder, was restless, chanting Matis… Yahu… Matis… Yahu… until a tiny voice began its own repetition. From off-stage, the boy repeated his father’s words as a hush descended over those who waited. Finally, they walked onto […]






Reggae on the River 2010 Photo Gallery




Mateel Community Center Presents: Reggae on the River 2010 Location: Benbow Lake State Park, Humboldt County, California Date: July 17 & 18, 2010 Photos: Lee Abel






Sierra Nevada World Music Festival 2009




16th Annual Sierra Nevada World Music Festival 2009 Boonville Fairgrounds, Boonville, California June 19, 20 & 21 Photos by Lee Abel, ReggaePortraits.com






Slideshow: Luciano and Mikey General 2008




httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiCxq-QAFCM Photos of Luciano and Mikey General during their trip to the Bay Area, California in February 2008. Photos by: Lee Abel Slideshow: Laura Gardner Music: “No Evil” by Luciano






Slideshow: Reggae Sumfest 2007




httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yWZg5Tggsw Photos by Lee Abel Slideshow by Laura Gardner Featuring Beres Hammond, Buju Banton, Anthony B, Elephant Man, Lady Saw, Mavado, Morgan Heritage, Vybz Kartel and many, many more!






Slideshow: Reggae Rising 2007




Photo essay of Reggae Rising 2007 featuring Damian, Stephen, and Ziggy Marley, Richie Spice, Tanya Stephens, Steel Pulse, Richie Stephens, Sly & Robbie, Anthony B and many more.











Morgan Heritage Slideshow




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About the author

Lee Abel first traveled to Jamaica in 1979 to photograph the Rastafarians. Her images since then have graced the covers of over 80 reggae albums, countless magazines and websites, and 2 editions of Lonely Planet's Guidebook to Jamaica. For more information, contact her at leeabel[AT]mindspring.com.

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