Sunday, April 14, 2024

Youth bands a hit


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THE YOUTH CONCERT following Thursday’s Broken Trident Run was hailed as a resounding success.

The evening concert took place at The Glebe pasture in St George and featured bands from mostly secondary and tertiary schools, which performed a mix of pan, instrumentals, R&B and local music. Each band was enthusiastically greeted by an energetic unofficial front row posse, dressed in the national colours and waving flags frantically.

cherise-richards-012316The bands – taken from the Barbados Community College (De Men); Christ Church Foundation (Next Gen); Alleyne School; Harrison College; the 1688 Junior Band and more – had something for everyone, including nationalistic tunes such as Natahlee’s Colours and tunes such as Fame, Try Jah Love and Now That We Found Love as well as spouge hits.

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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