Chester Miller (lovers rock style; reggae/dancehall performer, songwriter)
Chester Miller born in Mandeville, Jamaica and today resides in Toronto, Canada. He began singing at the age of sixteen, being greatly influenced by Leroy Sibbles and the late Crown Prince of Reggae music Dennis Emmanuel Brown, which led to him topping the UK pop charts with his first single “Saturday Evening” after only three years in the business.
Chester is blessed with a remarkable voice which has made him no stranger to winning several Canadian Reggae Music Awards including Top male performer, Top male vocalist and Top Reggae CD/Album/Cassette award for his CD album “Never let Jah go” and a Juno nomination.
Since the 1980’s he has dominated the Canadian Reggae music scene performing at countless gigs and festivals alongside renowned artists such as, Ernest Ranglin, Steel Pulse, Third World, Judy Mowatt and Freddie McGregor to name a few.
Chester Miller is a very accomplished, authentic and original song writer, which is greatly welcomed in a time when gun lyrics and slackness has tainted dancehall music. Chester’s vocal delivery holds the depth, soul and raw emotion of any Motown soul artist along with the quality expected of the Reggae greats. Chester’s most recent collection of tracks is entitled ‘EQUANIMITY’.