Evan Neal

Evan Neal (Ras Buck)

I can remember back in 1989 when Krem Radio first started to broadcast; I used to listen to Kwame Scott who was one of the 1st DJs that played roots Reggae music from 10:00 a.m. – noon. He later passed the show over to Winty J who hosted it for several years. Following Winty J was Ras Sam from Burrell Boom whom I must say roared like a lion over the air waves and in my opinion, no one to date has ever roared like he did.

After Sam’s departure, the air wave was then blessed with the Black Power Show which was hosted by Duck, Boawezion and Mizike which was powered with live Reggae vibes. On different occasions I would stop in as a guest on the show until 1999 when I was approached by Krem Radio Manager, Michael Hyde who asked if I would be interested in hosting the show. Without hesitation I agreed and the Ras Buck Reggae Show was born. It has grown throughout the years from just a small 1 1/2 hour show with a handful of fans to a very powerful Reggae Show from Back a di Zinc Fence and is now listened to by many throughout the country as well as internationally.

Nuff respect to all the fans of the Ras Buck Reggae Culture Show which airs every Sunday from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. One!

About KREM
The idea for the KREM Radio station originated in early 1979 while Rufus X and I were visiting New Orleans. There was a New Orleans deejay I liked, by the name of Sister Love, and one day Rufus and his cousin, Sam Wiley, who was our host, showed me the building where the radio station which featured Sister Love was located. It was quite a modest, one flat structure, much smaller than the three story Albert Cattouse Building from where the Belize government monopoly station – Radio Belize – was broadcasting.

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