Anguillian reggae guitarist/singer/songwriter Jahmings Maccow.has rose from the quiet island of Anguilla, to the ruff ghettos of South Bronx, to become one of New York City tuffest reggae acts during the 80's, with bands like Catch-A-Fire and The Enforcers. Since that time Jahmings Maccow has branched out from Catch-A-Fire and The Enforcers bands to become more of a Rhythm & Blues, Rock Guitar Player and a more polished Songwriter.
Studio 45 was the home of "Catch-A-Fire Band" in Mid-town Manhattan. The band emerged out of several bands, "Rhythm Dimensions" and "Creation", about late 1981 early 1982. The band opened for acts like "Ken Boothe", "Alton Ellis", "The Meditations", "Israel Vibration", "Dennis Brown", "Culture" and many more. They shared the same stage and tour with groups and bands like "Michigan & Smiley" and "Mojanya". After the seperation of Catch-A-Fire manager Joe, in the middle of Cliff and Jahmings, try to put the band back together, but with very little success. The fire was burning out of control. In 1984 Jahmings put together a band called "The Enforcers" who did mostly studio work for Bullwackies Artists like "Max Romeo" and "Sugar Minott". This was the same time period he ran into singing group "Love Joys", "Leroy Sibbles" and "Hopeton Lewis", who invited him down to his studio in Montego Bay, Jamaica to do some recording.
In the fall of 1987 Jahmings headed west to Los Angeles California to attend Dick Grove Music School to continue his musical education. Jahmings was there from 1988 - 1990. During his time at Grove he signed a songwriters contract with "Sunrise Records" and wrote a single for "Buddy Raye" entitled "Yesterday" that came out on an album entitled "Hollywood Sessions."