Barbados’ David Kirton and Jamaica’s Ziggy Marley share a vibe

"This is not the first time Kirton has been compared to a Marley, reviews by Rolling Stone’s John Swensen and Billboard’s Elaine Emanu both noted the echo in his tonality and writing."

David Kirton’s ‘Time for Change’ song continues to make space in the crowed rooms of the internet. His modern roots singer songwriter approach to reggae music caught the ears of the editorial team at OurStage, a popular Internet music site.

OurStage seeks out Independent artists that sound similar to national artists they are currently featuring in interviews. ‘Time for Change’ is being featured in the Ziggy Marley Interview titled “Like Ziggy Marley? then you’ll love……”

This is not the first time Kirton has been compared to a Marley, reviews by Rolling Stone’s John Swensen and Billboard’s Elaine Emanu both noted the echo in his tonality and writing.

Time for Change is the lead single and title for Kirton’s most recent album which received numerous Barbados Music Awards and regional critical acclaim. OurStage.com is a leading destination for new-music discovery and quality editorial content. With more than 150,000 artists from 40 genres of music, OurStage.com receives over 4 million unique visitors each month from more than 170 countries.

David Kirton’s Time for Change is track 4 in the “Like Ziggy Marley? then you’ll love this

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