Everton Blender (Everton Dennis Williams) - The reggae singer with the smooth, crooning, tenor vocals.
Blender was born on February 20, 1956 in the parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. His first love was painting, music was second.
began his career singing in an amateur talent contest in the late 1970s
at Kingston's Bohemia Club. He usually do cover version to most of the
late prince of reggae songs Dennis Brown.
His first stage name was "Babbaru". His first single "Where is the love", was released in 1979, followed by "Ba Ba Black Sheep" in 1985.
After a short break from the music business, he was introduced to record producer Richard Bell in 1990 by the late Garnett Silk. Richard wasted no time in signing Everton to his Star Trail Label.
led to instant sucess with the released of "We No Jus a Come". This was
followed by the release of his first album "Lift Up Your Head" in 1994.
During the 1990s Blender, Garnett Silk and Luciano were some of the most prominent cultural reggae singers.
He has since worked with producers/labels such as Heartbeat, Greensleeves, Star Trail, Malako, Rounder, Explorer and his own label "Blend Dem".
To-date in 2010, he has released more than ten (10) ablums.
He was awarded by the Chicago Martins International Awards and South Florida Reggae/soca awards in 1996 and 1997 for the most "Improved Entertainer".
Blender has truly bridge the gap between the roots and dancehall reggae music.