This segment of the Network is to highlight Artist and Musician from the entertainment industries. Each week we will feature music from our Network of selected Artist. These songs will be specially selected and played for a period of 2 hours twice per week, on Saturdays from 3pm to 5pm and again on Wednesdays from 2pm to 4pm.
We are delighted to showcase this special segment spreading the message of love and positive vibes across the world.
TORY WYNTER is internationally recognized as a star of stage and screen as well as an acclaimed ambassador for World Music. He is an award-winning singer, composer, arranger, music producer, and recording artist. Tory is also known for his brilliant work on television and stage, as a producer, director and of course actor extraordinaire. He has hosted his own TV specials in Jamaica, Curacao, Nassau-Bahamas, and Saint Maarten (Netherlands Antilles), all to tremendous critical acclaim..
Born in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland, Jamaica, Stephens worked in the early 1990s as part of the twice Grammy Award winning act Soul II Soul. He recorded at Motown, and recorded for the VP label before establishing his own label, Pot of Gold Records. Later that decade he released dancehall singles such as “Winner”, “Bus the Place” and “Slop Dem”. His tracks “Legacy” (Mad Cobra featuring Richie Stevens, 1993) and “Come Give Me Your Love” (Richie Stephens featuring General Degree, 1997) peaked at numbers 64 and 61 respectively in the UK Singles Chart.
Philip Michael Thomas has been involved in many projects since Miami Vice. In 1991 he starred with Bud Spencer in a six part mini series titled Extra Large that was filmed on location for seven months in Miami. In 1995 and 1996 he starred in another six part mini series We Are Angels with Bud Spencer in Costa Rica. The series was syndicated in Europe and South Americia. In 1999 he Co-wrote a family musical title Sacha and the Magic Cookie Maker with Sandi Morais. The play has been produced eight times. Over the years of re-writing and re-structuring the name of the play was changed to Sacha on Broadway.