Keith McIntosh stage name Keith MindLink is a professional musician from the Island of St Vincent in the Caribbean born to a musical family namely the McIntosh family known to be the most prolific musicians from St Vincent Island. Keith came to England in 1971 at the age of 12, and coming from a musical family it is a family tradition to learn and play music. He joined a band called ‘The Bridge Connection’ whilst attending the Goldsmith University for music studying blues piano and opera. He was the founder member of the ‘MindLink’ band and over the years the band has supported notable recording artists such as Delroy Wilson, Alton Ellis, Big Youth, The Abyssinians, Ken Booth, John Holt, and many more. The MindLink Band was sign to Ice Records (Eddie Grant’s record label) at the time and went on to record an album for ‘Sliver Camel Records’ in 1983 where they released a single called ‘World Affaires’. After being in MindLink band for 15years Keith later embarked on his own solo career under the name ‘Keith Mindlink’. His first solo single ‘The Woman for Me’ which a release off his album ‘Diaspora’ which is still available on all digital download platforms. Keith continues to conduct the role as an MD with his band ‘Tribal Awakening’ and has since supported notable recording artist like Ernest Rangling Joyce Sims Dawn Penn, Vybes Cartel Erroll Dunkley, Sugar Minnott, Dennis Alcapone, mighty Diamonds, Frankie Paul, and many other British Reggae and Lovers Rock artists.
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Keith Mindlink is now under Sony Music Distribution, Managed/Represented by Digital Jukebox Recordings.