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CARIFESTA (Caribbean Festival of Arts) XIII's opening ceremony was delayed from Friday to Sunday night at Kensington Oval in Barbados due to Tropical Storm Harvey. This, however, did not dampen the impact of Jamaican talent on stage.
Comedians Ity and Fancy Cat, singer Ernie Smith, and all-female band Adahzeh were featured on a second Jamaica Night held at Bay Street Esplanade, just south of Bridgetown, last night. The concert was dubbed Comedy Roots, Rock 'n' Reggae.
Saturday night also saw Jamaican and Guyanese entertainers in performance at the popular Grand Market venue at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre.
The show, which began on August 18, ends on August 27.
Olivia “Babsy” Grange, minister of culture, gender, entertainment and sport, who returned home on Monday night said she was happy the show went on.
“I had to show support to our artistes, artisans, fashion designers, authors, actors, dancers, singers and comedians who worked so hard to promote and share our authentic Jamaican culture, which is so widely accepted and loved globally,” said.
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SINGER Richie Stephens feels he is doing his part in keeping ska music alive. And, according to him, it is quite imperative as we celebrate our 55th anniversary of Independence.
“Ska is big internationally, but we don't celebrate it in Jamaica anymore. It's sad that we treat our own music like this,” Stephens told Jamaica Observer in a recent interview.
Originating in the 1950s, ska is the precursor to rocksteady and reggae. The music is characterised by an outstanding jazz bass and drums, bluesy keyboards, and an animated Caribbean rhythm guitar.
including the Skatalites helped put the music on the world stage. However, in the late 1960s the music found favour among white skinheads in the United Kingdom. They embraced the music of ska performers like Derrick Morgan, Prince Buster, Laurel Aitken, and The Pioneers.
Stephens is hoping to do the same. He performed with his Italian Ska Nation band on the recently concluded Reggae Sumfest in Montego Bay, St James. The singer was pleased with the reception.
The band includes: Stephens on vocals; Papa Leu, guitar; Ranking Lele, vocals; Luca Manno, saxophone; Giancarlo Dell'Anna, trumpet; Gianluca Ria, trombone; Fossa, drums; Leo Klaus, bass; Maestro Garofalo and Lenky Marsden, keyboards; and DJ Morello Selecta.
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