The Story of the Ska Parade Radio

The Ska Parade Radio Show is a legendary program that played a pivotal role in popularizing ska music in the United States. Founded in 1989 by Albino Brown and Tazy Phyllipz, the show quickly became a leading platform for ska music and helped to establish Southern California as a hub of the ska scene.
At a time when ska music was still relatively unknown outside of Jamaica and the UK, the Ska Parade Radio Show provided a platform for up-and-coming bands to showcase their music and connect with fans. With Albino as the show's producer and Tazy Phyllipz as the host, the Ska Parade became a force to be reckoned with.
Over the years, the Ska Parade featured interviews and performances by many of the biggest names in ska music, including The Specials, The Skatalites, Sublime and No Doubt, and countless others. The show also helped to launch the careers of many up-and-coming ska bands, providing a platform for them to gain exposure and connect with fans.
In addition to its radio show, The Ska Parade team also organized concerts, and other events to support the ska scene. Several compilation albums featuring exclusive tracks from some of the best ska bands of the time were released, and the music was tirelessly promoted.
Today, the Ska Parade Radio Show is remembered as a pivotal force in the history of ska music, and Albino Brown and Tazy Phyllipz are celebrated for their contributions to the genre. Their passion and dedication helped to establish ska music as a cultural phenomenon, and their legacy continues to inspire ska fans around the world.

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