Friday, June 10, 2011

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Caribbean Vibes Radio Newsletter


Greetings Friend,
I hope things are blessed in your world...It's been a while since we've connected. I appreciate your numerous emails and calls to "check-in" to ensure everything is on the 'level'. Things are certainly on the level and we're still bouncing here at Caribbean Vibes Radio. It's hard to believe we're approaching our fifth year of being on the internet. I admit, this experience continues to be an intriquing ride! Music and people are my passion, so rest assure I'll be here for you doing what I love, as long as you continue to support. I've been fortunate to 'meet' so many folks across the world, some of whom have touched me through emails, photos, music or personal experiences. You continue to inspire me and I hope in some way I do the same for you. Thanks for your regular visits to Caribbean Vibes Radio and for your continued listening loyalty. We welcome feedback as always, so please drop us a note soon... yuh hear? Email:
Have a blessed week!
Caribbean Vibes Radio Program Line-Up
Enjoy the eclectic blend of reggae, dancehall, soca, reggae jazz, gospel and more. Listen 24-7!
  • Wed. 9pm est. Under Pressure with host DJ Gusma-T from Italy.
  • Sat. 8pm est. The Island Groove Show with host DJ Solo from Houston, TX.
  • Sun. 7am est. Island Inspiration - Caribbean Gospel variety.
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    Caribbean Vibes Radio, 10169 New Hampshire, #140, Silver Spring, Maryland 20903


ebony 104 said...

Caribbean music is one of the most popular music all over the world. This music will definitely reside in the hearts of music lovers. It is a genre that can be played all the time. It can uplift your mood giving you a positive feel.

Steve brown said...

Reason why i like listening to caribbean music is the fact that the music of the Caribbean is a diverse grouping of musical genres. They are each syntheses of African, European, Indian and native influences, largely created by descendants of African slaves (see Afro-Caribbean music).
Check out more on music that will rejuvenate your mind here on trinidad radio.