Inner Circle is a Jamaican reggae group. It was formed by the brothers Ian and Roger Lewis in 1968 in Jamaica. The group member consists of Lewis (Bass guitar, vocals), Jr. Jazz (Vocals, guitar), Bernard (Touter), Harvey (Keyboards, vocals), Lancelot Hall (Drums, percussion), Roger Lewis (Guitar, vocals). The former Inner Circle member which included Ibo Cooper (keyboards), Stephen Cat Coore (guitar), Funky Brown (vocals), Prilly (vocals), Ian and Roger Lewis, and Mr. Lewis. With their front-man and lead singer (Jacob Miller), the group was one of the most favorite artist in Jamaica during the 1970s and one of the several reggae bands that played live. They are the one behind the song "Bad Boys" which become the theme song for longest running television program "COPS" in Fox Network.
In 1974, Inner Circle released its debut album on the record label, Trojan Records and re-signed to Island Records in 1979 where the album "Everything Is Great" were recorded and it become successful internationally. This album entered the top 20 in the UK.
Holborn Road in New Kingston was the former residence of the group. In previous years they had a horn part which include Douglas Gutherie on alto sax and Leighton Johnson on trumpet (they were original members of the Excelsior High School band). At that time, the group toured greatly in North America and Bermuda