Entertainment is a Family Affair for the Garricks…

Neville Garrick is a Jamaican-born Los Angeles-based graphic artist, photographer, filmmaker, and writer known for penning A Rasta’s Pilgrimage: Ethiopian Faces and Places.

Best known for working with Bunny Wailer, Peter Tosh and creating the art work for many Bob Marley album covers, his love for the arts has led him to also work with Burning Spear, Steel Pulse and many others.

Years later, Neville Garrick has passed on his legacy to his son Nesta Garrick, who has worked on a number of local and international projects to date.

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Rock Jamaica Goes Underground Tuesday to Celebrate Neville Garrick’s Earthstrong


Bob Marley, Family Man & Neville Garrick in London on the Exodus Tour 1977 – Photo Cate Simon

Kress – 6608 Hollywood Blvd. 90028
Doors – 10p, Cost –  Free B4 11p & $10 after

In honor of  Neville Garrick’s Earthstrong Rock Jamaica is taking it to the Basement club of Kress this Tuesday. Come help us celebrate the achievements of one of Jamaica’s most prominent artistic minds who provided the visuals for legendary musicians like Bob Marley, Bunny Wailier, Peter Tosh, Steel Pulse, Burning Spear, Marcia Griffith and many more reggae artists.

There will be a special mix of Neville’s favorite classic songs from these artists in a dedication to their music and Neville’s artistry. So come party with a legend and experience how the foundation of music was laid in the ‘Foundation Club’ at Kress where we can go loud and bring you the real underground movement…

Smoking patio available so don’t worry bout elevating your experience…

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Nesta Garrick’s Graphic Artwork Coming to a City Near You…


Backdrop Africa gong nas poster
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The Rock Jamaica family is proud to announce that Nesta Garrick has been contracted to handle the Damian Marley & Nas graphics for the ‘Rock Bells” tour. When Nas and Damian take the stage all over the United States this summer take a close look at the back drop during the performance and the posters used to market the show. The back drop stems from a conversation Nesta had with Damian where he described

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