Born: March 22, 1948
Kingston | Jamaica
In the early sixties Ken Boothe began his recording career with Winston ‘Stranger’ Cole in the duo Stranger And Ken. Thereafter he released a series of hits on Clement Dodd’s Studio One Label. In 1968 at the age of 17, Ken Boothe released his first album ‘Mr. Rock Steady’, which included numerous hits. During the early seventies, he freelanced for various producers including Bunny Lee, B.B. Seaton, Keith Hudson, Randy’s, George ‘Phil’ Pratt, Niney the Observer, and in 1974, he recorded the golden hit
‘Everything I Own’ and topped the international charts for weeks.
The legendary singer has to his credit
an illustrious string of hits that have dominated the Rocksteady and Reggae music eras, successively.