Stitchie has a reputation for exhilarating
performances and has toured extensively throughout the USA,
the UK, Poland, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Switzerland,
Belgium, Venezuela, Canada, Japan, Belize and the Caribbean.
Seen here mixing with the crowd at Gospel
Fest in Barbados
Stitchie was the first reggae gospel artiste to perform at
the world’s largest reggae festival, “Reggae Sumfest”
in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
He was the first reggae gospel artiste to perform at the
world’s largest jazz festival, “The Montreaux
Jazz Festivals” in Switzerland, which was brought live
on the Internet to an audience of five million viewers.
Stitchie is the first Jamaican reggae gospel artiste to record
a song in another language (Spanish).
Stitchie is the first reggae artiste, and only the third
person to be so honoured by the nation of Belize, when he
was presented with the Key to the City.
Stitchie is the first reggae artiste, and only the third person
to be so honored by the nation of Belize, when he was presented
with the Key to the City.
Stitchie has received two commendations from the Mayor of
Kingston, Jamaica, Desmond McKenzie and the mayor of Lauderdale
Lakes, Florida, Samuel Brown respectively, in 2004.
Stitchie is recorded in the World Guinness Book of Who’s
Who in Reggae.
Stitchie has been ordained as a Reverend, a minister of the
Stitchie has been the first Caribbean Gospel Artiste to appear
on the Gospel show “The Gospel of Music with Jeff Majors”
on national television in America to over 40 million homes
in March 2007.