It’s a great Sunday, and a Oldies Sunday! It’s also the day we celebrate one of Jamaica’s greatest Reggae Artists, Everton Blender on his 67th Birthday. Today we honour him on Oldies Sunday with one of his classic tracks, “Family Man“.
Produced by Richard “Bello” Bell on the “Tempo Riddim” and released on the Star Trail label in 1995, Everton Blender’s “Family Man” was a song that was made for the working men who had to do what was necessary to take care of their families. No matter what was going on, Everton had to stay strong in his faith, and overcome the daily challenges to make it good things happen. “Family Man” was one of Blender’s popular singles, and still remains one of his more recognizable tracks. Possessing strong lyrics, Everton Blender’s mission was to make good music with positive messages that would connect with many around the world. Since the release of “Family Man”, Everton Blender went on to release more singles and albums, and is still active today. Put “Family Man” in your classic songs rotation today.
Thank You Everton Blender!
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