Isaac Fergusson is the resident Historian of the Midnight Ravers. Born in Trinidad, Isaac is a journalist, writer and broadcastor. A graduate of the Columbia University School Of Journalism, he has covered Caribbean politics and culture for major media - both in the U.S. and internationally. During the 1990s, he was the Caribbean Correspondent for Billboard Magazine and was the Head Writer for the Caribbean Music Award show that was televised from Harlem's historic Apollo Theatre. Additionally, Isaac has written extensively on Bob Marley and Reggae music for the Village Voice and many other publications. Currently, Isaac has a movie script in pre-production.

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