Albert Griffiths, founder member of The Gladiators has died. Rest In Peace!

2020 continues to bring bad news. Albert Griffiths, founder member of The Gladiators has died age 74.The information has been confirmed by his son, and his already viral on social media.

Reggae legend Albert Griffiths was born in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica on January 1, 1946, relocating to Kingston 14 years later.

Griffiths enlisted David Weber and Errol Grandison to form the Gladiators, scoring a minor hit in 1967 with “The Train Is Coming Back”; singles including “Live Wire, ” “Freedom Train” and “Hello Carol” followed before Weber exited in 1969, replaced soon after by Clinton Fearon.

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  1. Sofia Robert Ricky says:

    One of my favorite groups of the Real Rastafarian music founders. I have most of their albums and the only thing its going to hit me harder I never got to see them in a live concert or show. Dammmm! RIP.

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