Sunday, April 21, 2024

Talent shines!


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Barbadians packed every available inch of the natural amphitheatre of Ilaro Court’s grounds to savour local musical talent Saturday night.
And they were not disappointed by the all-Bajan youthful cast headlined by chart-topping band Cover Drive, who closed the show on a climactic note after a mere three and a half hours of performances by seven acts.
The mainly young audience – roaring at each reference to their schools, in particular Queen’s College (QC) – must be commended for showing appreciation to their peers, singing along to many of the originals, and maintaining a wholesome approach that would have been a source of satisfaction to the organizers and many accompanying parents.
Entitled Shine and held to raise funds for a pavilion at Queen’s College under the Give Back QC banner, the show offered a substantial gospel music element in its early stages, featuring vocalist Mya Daniel, the pop Christian band A Few Good Men, Stephie Leigh, and former Mr Queen’s College Karlos Cobham with his smash single OK.


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