Sounds of Caribbean host, Rich Davis, dies at 41
By Dedrick D. Henry, Sr.
Radio host Rich Davis dies at age 41. Born in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, Davis began his career on the island and volunteered on the station formerly known as Radio Waves. Davis was known as “the man inside the radio.” He died in Jamaica, April 23.
The cause of death had not been confirmed on Thursday. Davis was the host of the Sounds of the Caribbean radio show on WLRN 91.3. Davis has hosted WLRN’s late night radio since 2007, Miami’s longest running Caribbean show. He loved his job and he had a passion for radio and music. Davis worked in many different fields including law enforcement, hospitality, and corporate security before migrating to the States. In South Florida, he worked at WAVS-AM 1170 and later produced his own show on WLVJ- AM 1040. Davis also produc Caribbean Sundays on WKII 1070. Davis is survived by his partner Bisasor and their son.