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List of Liberian Artists Before the 90's

Stephen Worjloh aka Big Steve
Liberian music industry before the 90's was booming globally.  As the young entertainers struggles to get their industry back on track, after the war, remembering their musical history plays a big role. Yesterday, one of the staff members of Uniafrika magazine, Putugah Takpaw, posted a list of Liberian artists prior to the 90's, with him giving credit for the list to Stephen Worjloh aka Big Steve.  Check out the list below.  

Liberian Music Artists Pre-1990..
Greenwood Singers, The Sheiks, Miatta Fahnbulleh, The Soulful Dynamics, J. Richard Snetter, The Shades, The Sherman Sisters, Tecumsay Roberts, Saygbedaytee, Kabasa, Kargpamdee, Hawa Daisy Moore, Richard Walker, Kojo Samuels, The Liberian Dream, Morris Dolly, Sunset Boys, Harris Sarko, Tkpan Nimley, The Green Acre, The Bouncers, The Psychadelic 6, Tony Kabahdeh, The Army Band, The Police Band, Big Steve, Dymuse Band, The Jr. Temptations, The L U Band, Yatta Zoe, Afro Safari, Fatu Gayflor, Melinda Jackson Parker, Kenya 16, Teacha Julu, Zack and Gebah, Zaye Tetee, Monrovia Brothers, Nimba Burr, Tokay Tomah, Gedeh Rooster, Lofa Brothers, Ceasar Gartor, Sea Breeze, Faith Hope & Love Group, Sekou Selah, Dougbah Carranda, OJ Brown, Mabu Wisner, Anthony 'Experience" Nagbe, Harry E, The Fabulous Shades, The Soul Messengers, Melody 8, Fantastic Juniors, Liberian James Brown, Band Revenge, Haze and Harry. 

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  1. I didn't see Robert Toe (from the AFL...made a song with words '...just cut of the light and cover me with blanket...and kiss me so sweetly...and put me on the midnight...the brandy and whiskey will do me good...' ) and Jake Dehnuan (African Lady, you're full of fire...you put fire, you eat my money...i don't know what to do...)

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