Hailing from Jamaica, Winston Reedy is renowned as one the most successful and popular UK based Reggae singers.
In the 1970's he was lead vocalist with one of the UK's top reggae bands The Cimarons. The band made a trip to Jamaica in 1975 to record an album called, On The Rock, issuing a version of Bob Marley's 'Talking Blues' which went to number 1 in Jamaica. He is the only reggae singer outside of Jamaica to make number 1 in Jamaica. The Cimarons toured Europe, the Middle East, Far East, Japan and the Caribbean. This created the opportunity for Winston to work with some of the industry's top names, including Jimmy Cliff, Dennis Brown, Dennis Alcapone, The Pioneers and Paul McCartney. This resulted in Winston appearing in the video of Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder's collaborative 'Ebony And Ivory', a worldwide hit. The Cimarons also appeared in a film called Black Joy. Winston's first solo single after leaving The Cimarons was 'Daughter Of Zion', which immediately soared to the t