Sunday, April 14, 2024

Flame not so bright

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IT’S A PITY more people did not attend this year’s Flame Awards which rewards gospel artists and those in the gospel music industry.

Fewer than 200 people were on hand to enjoy top-notch performances from some of the best gospel artistes in Barbados and the Caribbean, such as Promise, Neesha Woodz, Gozzy, Jaron Nurse and Keann Walters who turned the Flamboyant Room at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre into a venue for a praise party on Saturday night.

Praise and blessings also flowed from the other acts whose performances were interspersed throughout the ceremony and made for a good show.

Patrons also got to see and hear 2015 Richard Stoute Teen Talent winner Cherese Richards who sang Mary Mary’s Shackles, mime artistes Mission Prayz, the Hallal Dancers, and Vessels of Honour.

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

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