Thursday, April 18, 2024

Boardwalk bonanza


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Five dashes of Caribbean music from the 1688 Orchestra Collective, a heaping pot spoon of festive music G-Syndicate style, a healthy dose of reality from spoken word artiste Adrian Green, a liberal sprinkling of calypso from Red Plastic Bag, and lusty singing from the KPMG Singers were some of the ingredients that made up a great show at the Richard Haynes Boardwalk on Saturday evening.

Add to that two tablespoons of sweet steel pan music played by Terry “Mexican” Arthur, three servings of gospel added by Troy Arthur and liturgical dancers Morning Glory, two popular carols (Sleigh Ride and Santa Claus Is Coming To Town) by violinist Shawn Holder, a voluptuous Mother Sally, two friendly and acrobatic Green Monkeys . . .

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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