Blues/Reggae Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter Jahmings Maccow was influenced from infancy by music coming out of the Mississippi Delta and the Caribbean. Sounds like the Blues,Ska,Rock Steady and Reggae,is the foundation and backbone of his musical style. Listening to Blues Guitarist like Blind Lemon,Leadbelly,Charlie Patton,Blind Willie Johnson,Robert Johnson,John Hut,Lightnin'Hopkin,Muddy Waters,John Lee Hooker and Jimi Hendrix on the Blues side and artists like The Wailers,Ken Boothe,Alton Ellis,Jackie Opel,John Holt,Dobby Dobson,Desmond Dekker and Tinga Stewart on the Caribbean side. 1970 he migrated from Anguilla to the US Virgin Islands to live with his mother and three years later moved to New York City where he would attend a music school on the upper west side of Manhattan. During the early to late 1980's he record, played and tour with some of the top reggae bands in New York City of that era. In the Fall of 1987 he moved from New York City to the San Fernando Valley of California to continue his musical education. During that period he sign a songwriters contract with Sunrise Records in Hollywood and appeared on the National Cable TV show, The American Music Show. Since that time period Jahmings Maccow has continued to play and record with some of the top reggae musicians and producers in the business today and has evolved into a Reggae Rock Guitarist and a Great Singer/Songwriter.