TOMMY TROUBLE aka JAH BALANCE
Tommy trouble aka Jah Balance , born and raised as Mark Anthony Atkinson, downtown Kingston, Jamaica, on 4th march 1967
Tommy Trouble start to experienced the Evolution of Jamaican music, now known as Reggae Music.
In his early days, Tommy Trouble went to listen local sound systems & DJ’s.
Tommy Trouble followed the footsteps of many youths and began chanting on the 45” versions at sounds, such as Jack Ruby, Gemini Disco & Youth Man Promotion.
Up to date Tommy Trouble have furthered his knowledge of the Recording side of the business, and have successfully written and recorded songs for:
Artists like Gregory Isaacs, George Nooks, Chevelle Franklin, Anthony Que, Eccleton Jarrett, Robert Lee, Papa Levi, Daddy Colonel, Empress Ayeola, Wayne Lyrics, Ras Negus, Robert Levy, General Trees & Peter Metro and Ras Cudda, name a few.
Tommy Trouble compose his own riddims, and write his own songs,
Under his own label “Love zone”
Studio Engineering & Arrange as well.
Now being an experience recording and live artist.
Tommy Trouble have recorded 3 albums,
“Come see me now”
“Jah can help us”
And numerous singles:
“Crossroad” featured by Eccleton Jarrett,
“Black President in the White House“, featured by Robert Lee & Famous
(All songs recorded at his studio, “Love Zone Recording”)
Tommy Trouble and Eccleton Jarrett are now working on the 4th album,
At his studio “Love Zone Recording” in London, UK
This album will be released in 2011,
“Love Zone studio” is also available for recording albums & dub plates,
More info: +44 (0) 7940079071.
Manager, Jahra Hill, +31) 6 410 69 747, (email) Jahrahill@gmail.com
Eccleton Jarret, is born and raised down town Kingston, Jamaica….
Eccleton Jarrett first recording was “Judgment time “ for King Tubby’s studio, 1985
Although this track never been released.
Eccleton Jarrett released in 1987 “Fling it up Operator” in King Jammy’s studio.
In 1989 he recorded at King Jammy’s studio,
A collaborations record with “Leroy Gibbons” “Be my Lady”
On King Jammy’s label
Eccleton Jarrett saw in 1990, “Rock dem one by one”,
“Turn on the Heat”, and “Poor man feels it now”
Also at King Jammy’s studio.
Bursting into Dancehall and Charts in England and Europe,
Eccleton Jarrett, played on sound systems like,
“Saxone”, “Downbeat” and King Tubby’s
Eccleton Jarrett largest best selling single ,
“Turn on the Heat”
Went into the charts all over Jamaica and Europe.
The song was so popular, that Eccleton Jarrett recorded many dub plates……and still do.
Eccleton Jarrett, is now working on his 2nd album that will be released in 2011,
With Tommy Trouble aka Jah Balance.
Manager; Jahra Hill, (+31) 6 410 69 747, (email) Jahrahill@gmail.com