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Kolumn has already had some worldwide performances and has appeared in many Musical Festivals in Europe. The list below list some of his live dates:

1982-86 Small Tour in USA
1996 Wales
1999 London Open Air Theater
2000 Jamaica Sun Splash
Jan 2001 Baden ZH
March 2001 Zurich
Aug 2001 Spain U-Zone
06. Feb 2006 Trench Town Bob Marley remembering
31. March 06 –
02. April 06 On Tour with Luciano "Together As One" (Concert for the poor)



Patrick A. Miller was born in Kingston, Jamaica and rules under the sign of Scorpio. He grew up in the Ghetto known as Trench Town (Second Street) alongside such artists as Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Delroy Wilson, Wiling Soul and Ken Booth. In fact, during his whole teenage life, he was busboy for these great artists in the recording studios of Kingston. At the age of 12, he had his first appearance on the Jack Ruby Talent Show with artists like Delroy Wilson and Horace Andy.

Kolumn travelled to the United States and formed his new group called „Kolumn and Moses“. The group's firs show was at The Ripley Café in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Soon after, „Kolumn and Moses“ also played at the Bijou in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The Reggae Club at My Father's Place both in New York, NY.

On his return home to Jamaica, Kolumn did background vocals for Iqulah's Rastafari album „Rasta Philosophy“. He knew the time had come to put his years of expertise together to create his first album. He also worked with Keith Poppin writing and arranging songs Kolumn started another group called „Y*AMAS*GAN“, which is short the amheric word „Yimmas Gan“ and means „Let Jah Be Praised“. Kolumn performed in Jamaica at The Tree Club, De Buss and Alfred's Hall in Negril, The Parkway in Ocho Rio and the National Stadium in Kingston.

Afterwards, he came to Europe to promote his first album „Strange“ which is slightly different from other reggae albums. Kolumn wanted to create his own style of reggae, namely a jazzy style of reggae. Soon after, he travelled throughout Europe and performed in several countries at big festivals. During this time, Kolumn began to work on creating and developing a second album.

At the end of February '04, he finished recording the second album in Kingston, Jamaica. This album demonstrates his talent in writing songs and lyrics and it showcases his natural ability to connect music styles. The release of his second album called „No Nuclear World“ with Glen Dacosta from The Wailers and Leroy „Horsemouth“ Wallace from the movie „The Rockers“ is what the world of reggae has eagerly anticipated for a very long time.