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Syd Perry is a Jamaican/Canadian, Roots Reggae/Blues singer-songwriter. He is known for playing a 12 string guitar and the harmonica at the same time. Mostly inspired by the Rocksteady era (late 60s), Roots Reggae of the 70s and Blues music of the 40s and 50s, Syd Perry has an original sound known as Roots Blues Reggae.
Based in Portland, Jamaica, Syd Perry has toured across South Africa, Mozambique, Eswatini, Lesotho, Kenya, Uganda, England, Canada, Jamaica, México, the Hawaiian Islands and the United States. He has performed in countless restaurants, bars, cafes, hotels, resorts, festivals, private events, corporate events, weddings, in-store performances and on-call performances.
While on his very own World Tour, (2021 - 2023) across 11 countries, Syd released the 'Gold' EP, recorded in Half Way Tree, Jamaica as well as the official music video for 'Propaganda', filmed in Maui, Hawai'i.
The single 'Crime-Free Jamaica' which features the legendary Earl Chinna Smith (lead guitar), inspired Syd to tour the primary schools in Jamaica performing voluntarily, as well as spreading the message of a crime-free Jamaica with an occasional 1 minute segment on CVM television. His song 'Food Security' also inspired Syd to start a project where he and his team donate, distribute and plant fruit trees to communities in need across Jamaica.
His music and his mission is intended to uplift, enlighten and empower all indigenous people everywhere through the message and livity of RasTafari.