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Fred Locks (b. Stafford Elliot, 1955, Kingston, Jamaica) is a roots reggae singer best known for his mid-1970s single "Black Star Liners" and the album of the same name.
Elliot grew up in a strict Catholic home in the Franklin Town area of Kingston, along with eleven brothers and sisters, moving to Eastern Kingston when he was ten. His father and older brother played the guitar; with his older brother accompanying Elliot's early singing efforts. Like many of the Jamaican solo singers of the 1970s Read more on Last.fm
2016 Herb Must Legalize Now (feat. Chronixx, Kabaka Pyramid, DJ Sojah, Diana Rutherford, Jah9, Fred Locks, Triga Finga, Suzanne Couch, Bobby Hustle, Jesse Royal, Kelissa, Cidade Verde and Snow) [420 High-Grade Remix]
2016 Do Jah Works
2015 Time to Shine: Fred Locks Meets David O, Vol. 1