In Order of Appearance

Marjorie Whylie – Director of Music Department – University of West Indies

The Most Honorable Edward Seaga – Prime Minister of Jamaica 1980-1989

Robin Plunkett – The Happy Smilers

Theodore Miller – Lititz Mento Band

Wesley Balds – Gilzene and the Blue Light Mento Band

Ransford James – Kew Park Mento Band

Manley Spence – Kew Park Mento Band

Joseph “Calypso Joe” Beckford – The Triangles

Derrick “Jonny” Henry – The Jolly Boys

Ernest Ranglin – Guitarist, Composer, Arranger

Colby Graham – Publisher – Vintage Boss

Lord Power and his Calypsonians

Daniel Neely – Ethnomusicologist

Garth White – Musicologist

Sonny Bradshaw – President – Jamaican Federation of Musicians

Cecil “Motherless” Mitchell

Sugar Belly Walker

Sonny Boriel – Lititz Mento Band

Count Lasher

Allan Swymmer – The Jolly Boys

Lord Tanamo

Ivan Chin

Alexander Bedward

Harry Belafonte

Slim and Sam

Everard Williams

Alerth Bedasse

Monty Alexander

Lord Flea

Pork Chops

Coxsone Dodd

The Rt. Hon. Dr. Louise Bennett-Coverly

Sydney Watson – Mt. Peace Mento Band

Nelson Chambers – Blue Glaze Mento Band

Carlton “Blackie” James – Rod Dennis Mento Band

Stranger Cole

Bunny Wailer

Toots Hibbert

Samuel Scott – Cousin of Peter Tosh, Saxaphonist – Kew Park Mento Band

The Jolly Boys

Errol and Patrice Wymore Flynn

Gilzene and the Blue Light Mento Band

Elephant Man

The Overtakers

Noel Lynch and Joseph “Powda” Bennett – The Jolly Boys

Cecil Chambers – B.B. King and the Westerners

Albert Morgan – The Happy Smilers