Born Hartley Anthony Wallace.
He was from a musical family; his brothers were part of a group called Rags and Riches who won the 1976 festival song competition entitled "Big Heel Boot and Bellfoot Pants" with late, great Freddie McKay. After moving to the Waterhouse district in Kingston, he started singing on local sound systems and eventually performed an audition at the Channel One recording studios, run by Joe Joe Hookim. His first recording was two cover versions, one by the late, great Alton Ellis…
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