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IT WAS A MUSICAL TREAT for the thousands who travelled to Farley Hill National Park for Gospel On The Hill.
The culmination of Barbados Gospelfest, billed One Awesome Day, featured acts such as Canton Jones, Junior Tucker, Mali Music and Kay Morris, who wowed the gospel-loving crowd with their performances.
Some hands were raised in worship while bodies swayed as members of the audience became engrossed in praise to a variety of music ranging from reggae to rap to conventional gospel songs.
After 7 p.m. Jamaican artiste Tucker hit the stage belting out hits like Sold Out and I’m A Fool For Christ.
Adrian Agard, producer of the show, which is now in its 21st year, said it was “one step at a time”. “We are happy to have come this far,” he said.
He said the Barbados Gospelfest was now a strong brand, and the great response from artistes from across the world who want to be a part of the festival was representative of that. (LK)


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