Keith Anderson aka Bob Andy booblast podcast

Podcast LIVE | In conversation with Keith Anderson a.k.a. Bob Andy, reggae vocalist & songwriter

Instead of bringing you the best reads for summer, BookBlast® is bringing you the best reggae for summer.

Keith Anderson, known as Bob Andy, talks about his life and times in a rare and exclusive interview.

Best known in the UK for the track recorded with Marcia Griffiths “Young, Gifted and Black” (1970), he is widely regarded as “one of reggae’s most influential songwriters,” Wikipedia.

And here is his specially-compiled playlist for fans and newcomers alike. Happy listening!

Never Give Up the Fight

Ask the Lonely

Spice of Life



Rasta Reggae Music

You Think It’s a Joke


This exclusive podcast feat. Keith Anderson, known as Bob Andy, is brought to you to coincide with celebrations marking Independence Day in Jamaica.

Interview Copyright © Keith Anderson a.k.a. Bob Andy, 2019. All rights reserved.

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georgia DC

Bilingual editor, rewriter, French-to-English translator. Has written for 3am magazine, words without borders, The Independent, The Lady, Banipal, Prospect Magazine, Times Literary Supplement. Currently writes for The BookBlast Diary. Founder (1997) of London-based writing agency BookBlast.

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