Commentary and Analysis by Mitch Santell
There is nothing more to me that inspires people than Reggae Music. If you just found our station please do not hesitate to contact us. If you want to know more, simply read through our blog and of course listen to our station. Click on the page LISTEN LIVE and you can hear all of the ways you can listen to Big Reggae Mix, The Global Healing Station.
You will find no other station like ours. Why? Answer: We care about YOU our listener. We do this out of love not money. We know that you care about the music you listen to and so do we.
We are commercial free for a very specific reason. Want to know why? In the past radio was used as a key promotional tool connected with record labels and concert promoters.
Every thing shifted to streaming services. We legally pay to be on the air. We pay ASCAP, SEASAC, BMI and Sound Exchange. We work closely with our strategic alliance partner, Steam Licensing to make sure that any or all money that we owe is paid.
Why am I so obsessed with sharing this with you? Answer: The music business in 2016 is transforming MORE than at any other time in it's history. We are now in the battle of who has the best service. What is my take? What an exciting time to be alive and to witness the tremendous changes that are happening in the music business.
Ladies and Gentleman, do not worry...it is always about the music first here at Big Reggae Mix dot com, "The Global Healing Station!."
We love to promote and expose new artists on a daily and weekly basis!
Do you want to know how powerful the Reggae music is?
Answer: Some of the brightest and biggest groups in the world have been inspired by Reggae and have made it their own. Stewart Copeland, the Co-Founder of The Police often speaks of his love for Reggae music of all kinds and how Reggae was the direct influence on the Police releasing their first hit single "Roxanne!"
Want to know a secret? Answer: The best Reggae drummer you may ever meet is Stewart Copeland!
In researching Stewart Copeland, I found this on Wikipedia:
Copeland is known for precise, energetic, and creative reggae-influenced drumming along with a Lebanese-influenced style. His distinctive sound centers on a hard, high-pitched crack on a snare or rimshot, and subtle hi-hat work with understated flourishes.
If you want Stewart Copeland to blow your mind with his percision as a drummer, check this out. Jah Bless!
Scott Brown has a real passion for reggae music.