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Band Members

Noel ‘Colors’ Browne, lead vocalist of the group is very happy and proud to be working with CMF.  “It’s an experience that I wouldn’t trade, he says.”  We always have fun and make sure that the audience has maximum enjoyment from beginning to end.  And these guys a very serious about there music, especially when we are recording.  They are my family.  To read more about him, go to

Phillip Elwin, aka Engineer Extraordinaire is from the Commonwealth of Dominica.  He is the network technician of CMF because he allows the sweet sounding energetic musical vibes to connect with the audience and hypnotize them.  For more than 30 years, Phillip has worked with seasoned artists and musicians including Calypso Rose, Mighty Sparrow, Shadow, Kitchener and many more.  ‘He makes any PA system sound clean’.

Ronald ‘Brian’ Fontenelle, a native of St Lucia, is the guitarist/background vocalist of the group.  He is also a songwriter, producer and studio engineer.  Brian has played and sometimes still plays with Kymani Marley and other well known Jamaican artist.  He also for many was the guitarist of the Red Hot Flames of Antigua.  Brian has produced many of Noel Browne’s popular singles in his personal home recording studio including, ‘Inches of Rain’ and ‘Jouvert Jam’.  He has played guitar on all of CMF music including ‘All Night Party’, ‘Anything for you’ the 2007 tribute to Antigua’s 50 anniversary carnival, Jubilee Jump which was recorded in his home town of St Lucia. Be sure to check out Brian’s studio and listen for many more new tracks from it.

Kenly ‘MD’ Franklin is the ‘onstage CPU’ of the group.  Originally from St Thomas, USVI; he was a former member of the popular Virgin Islands band known as Jam Band in which he was a Saxophone player.  Kenly has played also with many popular artists throughout his career.  His musical abilities have also afforded him the opportunity to play with renowned reggae artist Kymani Marley and music has taken Kenly to all parts of the globe including, various places in Africa, Europe, North and Central America, and not to mention throughout the Caribbean. Now based in South Florida he also plays with numerous local bands, and has produced songs such as ‘Anything for You’, performed by Noel Browne and CMF female vocalist, Tiffany Thomas.  As CMF’s musical director, keyboard player, drum programmer and background vocalist, he is the person in the group with the most demand for his musical ability and concentration.  That’s why he is known as ‘the CPU’ of CMF. Contact us to check out Kenly’s personal recording studio.

Thadeus “Wassi” Monrose was born in the beautiful island of St Thomas, United States Virgin Islands.
He has a strong Christian foundation and background.  He been playing music for several years and has been
playing a wide variety of genres of music but mostly gospel.  Wassi as we call him is a real brother and is the
kind of musician who tries his utmost best to perfect the art-form.  We at Caribbean Music Farm are extremely honored
and blessed to have Thadeus as a member of the family.  We have come from far and we know “Wassi” will play his role
in taking CMF even further.  “Look out, Mad Bull coming.”

Rian “SsaB” Clarke was born in the beautiful land of the Flying Fish, Barbados.
From an early age, Rian always showed love for music of all kinds. According
to Rian, the three most important things in his life are God, his family and his music.
Rian has shared his talents with many other musicians and entertainers. He was a
former member of one of Barbados’ and the Caribbean most popular bands, Krosfyah.
Caribbean Music Farm is “Mad Proud” of Rian and happy to have him as a member
of the Caribbean Music Farm Family.
Blessings to him as CMF writes its stories in the musical books and libraries.

Rian Clarke has not always been a bass guitarist even though he was performing professionally from the age of 16. Born in Barbados Rian began playing at the age of 11 by playing brass instruments in a brass band and then classical and marching bands.
Rian has played other forms of music throughout his career. Rock, r&b, reggae, funk, soul, and jazz to name a few and in numerous bands, he is certainly no stranger to the music scene. In 2000 Rian became a session musician backing many international soca acts and in 2002 he started working with the organisation Bacchanal Time. There he met and backed Edwin Yearwood and Khiomal Nurse among other soca acts. The band Krosfyah noticed his talent and invited him to join their organization at the start of Crop Over 2004 and they toured extensively all over the Caribbean and the world until January 2008 when personal and family responsibilities caused the two entities to part.
Rian definitely no stranger to the stage has made his presence known and felt throughout his native country Barbados and the world and now giving its talents to Caribbean Music Farm.

Tiffany ‘TT’ Thomas
Tiffany grew up in South Caicos, Turks & Caicos Islands better known by others as the “Big South.” As a child she could be heard singing nursery rhymes like “You are my sunshine” and running through the house having her own Karaoke performances. Tiffany was raised into a musical family where all her parents and siblings sang, recorded gospel music, played an instrument, or wrote songs. It’s like someone said, “If you get up in the morning and the only thing you could think about is singing, then you’re a singer.” Everyone knew she was going to be a star one-day, she was destined to sing.

Music…it got her under control, as CP would say it.  Her musical inspiration for singing publicly began at the age of 8 years old, singing in the church’s junior choir and continued into the Youth Choir.  Tiffany sang solo, lead and backup during Youth Sunday’s, Inter-Island Youth Conferences, School Choir events, and at Weddings.

She was known growing up for singing the National Anthem “God Save Our Gracious Queen” at Basket Ball games, conferences, graduations, and high school parliamentary debates.

Her big debut came when Kaz Hall featured her on Turks and Caicos first R&B slow midnight jam entitled: “Letting Go.” The music waves blasted when that song came to light. Her second co-featured song was produced with Caribbean Music Farm founder, Noel Browne entitled: “Anything For You.” Those two songs boosted Tiffany’s popularity, awareness and artist appeal.

Her voice continues to captivate all, as she performs as one of Caribbean Music Farm’s lead vocalist at the “Big South” Regatta 2008 festival in the Turks and Caicos Islands, at weddings, restaurants and corporate events throughout Florida, Atlanta, Colorado, and New York. Tiffany is a Talented, Inspirational, Fabulous, Fun-loving, Ambitious, and Assertive woman. Tiffany is continuously recording new music and new tunes produced by Noel Browne and Kenly Franklin of CMF and Derek Yarde of Vert X in St Lucia are forthcoming.

Rhoda ‘Sugar Girl’ Connor
Born in Antigua but raised in Trinidad, this aspiring, energetic and passionate singer is reaching for the stars. Rhoda came from a musical family background where she started at the tender age of three, singing at her local church in Trinidad. She then migrated to St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands where her talent was further exposed. Rhoda travelled to Aruba to perform for the Caribbean Fest Magazine, there after to New York City for the Pre-Gala Grammy Award event. After moving to Miami in 1999, Rhoda has been actively involved in the Miami Carnival events. She is a regular in the calypso and Soca Monarch competition as one of the background vocalist for the competing Calypsonians. She also toured with artists such as Kymani Marley the son of the Legendary Bob Marley. Rhoda is a dynamic and versatile singer, who sings a wide genre of music which is expressed profoundly when she performs as one of the female lead vocalist of CMF.  Rhoda uses her God given physical sex appeal to mesmerize audiences and she tantalizes them with her snake oil waste movement.  She now performs regularly around the South Florida area, and is making preparations, with the guidance of Noel Browne and Kenly Franklin of Caribbean Music Farm to record some originals within the next year.