In 2004 at the dawning of the 21st century,
the most influential female artist in Jamaican popular
music, Marcia Griffiths OD is briskly fanning the flames
of Reggae Music. Working in the studio, releasing records
and touring. Marcia continues her mission of spreading
the message in the music into the new millennium.
In between studio sessions, Marcia has been on the
road. In the past two years she has enjoyed a successful
tour of the USA with Beres Hammond and Freddie Mcgregor.
Traveling to England with Beres Hammond they performed
an extensive tour with the same overwhelming results.
Forward on a yard, Marcia shared the stage with Boyz
II Men at the massive Spring Break concert for MTV
in Negril Jamaica. Returning to the US, she performed
in Orlando, Florida, (Disney World) Universal Studio,
at the opening of the Bob Marley Museum. Sharing the
bill were the I-Threes, Ziggy Marley and Inner Circle.
Moving on up to New York, Marcia displayed two memorable
shows with Beres Hammond and Buju Banton at Carnegie
Hall and Madison Square Garden. Going further north
Marcia worked in Toronto and Montreal with John Holt
and Ken Boothe. Again in the USA with Bob Andy as
the Legendary duo, they performed at the Bob Marley
Day Celebration in Los Angeles, before heading down
south to perform at the historic Reggae meets Rocksteady
showcase in Miami. Next Marcia toured with the legendary
Wailers Band. Then the I-Threes were off for shows
in Italy, Europe and South Africa. Returning to Jamaica,
the I-Threes shared the stage for two shows with R&B
legends Gladys Knight and Patti LaBelle. In November
2002, along with John Holt, Ken Boothe and Mikey Spice,
Marcia produced an historical performance with the
Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra at the Wembley
Arena, Birmingham and Aston Vill Leisure Centre, Middlesex.
Since then Marcia has performed in New York, Toronto,
Atlanta, Miami and Jamaica.
The driving force of the Reggae Empress
is fueled by her inner desire to serve the people of
the world with sweet reggae music. She said “
Music alone shall live, and it’s not only for
the money, but the satisfaction I get from doing the
work that I love, that is what really keeps me going
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