Jamaican composer, arranger, musician, he began playing the drums, then was lead trumpeter with the Jamaica Military Band after graduation from the Alpha Boys' School in Kingston. He went on to join Byron Lee And The Dragonaires
, recording several albums with them before staying in Canada after the groups show there at Expo 67.
In 1970 he returned to Jamaica, released his first and only album "Groovey Joe" while performing live and doing studio work for numerous record companies.
He then returned to Canada in the late seventies and registered his music label Bunjo
, and is currently the leader of the Toronto based pop-reggae band The Sattalites.