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The Bunny Lee Museum Where Reggae Music Began

Music aficionados and cultural enthusiasts alike are eagerly anticipating the soft launch of the Bunny Lee Museum and Recording Studio. Named in honour of the legendary record producer and pivotal figure in the development of Jamaican music, Bunny “Striker” Lee, the venue promises to be a vibrant hub celebrating reggae’s rich history and continuing influence on global music.
Scheduled to open on International Reggae Day, July 1, 2024, the Bunny Lee Museum and Recording Studio aims to immerse visitors in the world of reggae through a curated collection of memorabilia, interactive exhibits, and state-of-the-art recording facility.
Located in the heart of Duhaney Park, a community renowned for its musical heritage, the museum seeks to preserve Bunny Lee’s legacy while serving as a creative space for emerging and established artistes alike.
Visitors can expect a journey through Bunny Lee’s illustrious career, spanning decades of collaborations with reggae icons such as Bob Marley, John Holt, Dennis Brown and King Tubby.
Bunny Lee Museum
From vintage recording equipment to personal artifacts and rare vinyl records, the museum offers a comprehensive glimpse into the evolution of Jamaican music under Bunny Lee’s influence.
Join the musical pilgrimage to the birthplace of reggae, where you’ll learn from visual presentations narrated by the man himself.

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