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    Winston “Wee-Pow” Powell created the Stone Love sound system in 1972. Although Sir Coxone Dodd created what is known as a sound system, Stone Love set the standards for turntable skills. 

    Arguably the No one sound in the world, the “Immortal” Stove Love will perform at the Greek Palace on Nov. 19. A household name among other sounds, Stone Love is sure to attract die-hard reggae fans who have followed it closely.  Not for the faint or newbie, Stone Love’s put their audience in a trance and take them on a historical music journey.  It’s not only what a DJ plays in a club but also, and more important, how the track is played, and Stone Love has mastered the art form that many sounds have tried to emulate. 

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    Portland Rock sound is hosting its third annual All Black Affair, featuring Diamond of Stone Love.  Currently, Diamond is the newest member of Stone Love, and the remaining selectors are Powell, GeeFus, Ice and reggae fan favorite, Rory. To be chosen as a Stone Love selector, one must possess an incredible knowledge of reggae music, and imeccable MC and mixing skills, thus satisfying all expectations of fans. The DJs Jr. Spin and Fire Power of Portland Rock sound will spin early warm up tunes.

    Get ready for a night of pure reggae vibes, and ladies, there is a $500 best outfit contest, so choose your finest black apparel. Admission is $20 in advance, $25 day of event. Doors open at 9 p.m.  Early arrival is strongly suggested.