In 1958 Harriott formed the Jiving Juniors with Eugene Dwyer, Herman Sang (Claude's younger brother), and Maurice Wynter. [4] The group had success on the Vere Johns Opportunity Hour, and in 1960 and 1961 had hit singles with "Lollipop Girl" (for Duke Reid ) and "Over The River" (aka "I'll Be Here When He Comes", for Coxsone Dodd ). [5] The group split up after Harriott emigrated to the United States, although the other members continued for a while with Jimmy Mudahy replacing Harriott. [3] [5] After struggling to find work, Harriott reformed the Jiving Juniors with a new line-up, having already teamed up again with Claude Sang in New York. [3] The new line-up included Winston Service and Valmont Burke, and split their time between Jamaica and New York, where they recorded at the Mirasound Studios, having hits including "Sugar Dandy". [5] The travelling took its toll and the group split up in 1962. [5]

Event 5 SOLD OUT
Rocksteady on the River Thames cruise w/ Ken Boothe & DJ Asher G (1-5pm)
Dixie Queen paddle steamer – leaves/returns Temple Pier, Victoria Embankment, London.
Tickets: SOLD OUT

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