Trivia Entertainment Ltd. Presents THE BIGGEST AFTER CARNIVAL EVENT TO HIT SOUTH SUMMER FIESTA “IN” KAISO ROYALE Saturday, 30th August 2014 Skinner Park, San Fernando Over 25 of Trinidad and Tobago’s Top Calypsonians Plus Top Soca and Chutney Artistes Steelpan, Rhythm Section, Tassa, N.V. “de Band”, Cultural Dance Groups and Popular DJs Come celebrate Independence with us and experience the fireworks Tickets: $200: early bird special $150 Gates open at 12 noon, show starts at 3pm Coolers allowed no glass bottles / well stocked bar
Karibana Friday Old School Request Party For tickets, bottle service & birthday packages email email@example.com or call 416-476-5878
I'll be performing at the Pre-Caribana SocaReggae Latino-Fete on Saturday, July 26, 2014 at Mingles Lounge, 735 Kipling Avenue, Toronto along with Ammoye, Korexion, Kafinal, Toronto’s Top Latin Artiste – La Revolucion, and more great artistes, DJs and dancers! Show starts at midnight. Tickets are $15 in advance/$20 at the door. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-255-2582.
Come see me perform at Island Fever, a G987Fm Concert Series on Thursday, July 24th, 6:30 pm, with host DJ D’Enforcas!
Caribana's Flags & Colours Festival at Yorkgate Mall in Toronto.
Sounds Like: Seal, James Ingram, Peabo Bryson, John Legend, Luther Vandross
Bio: Who hasn’t heard of the 2000 massive internationally acclaimed hit and Grammy Award-winning single “Who Let The Dogs Out”? Sure it was made famous by the Baha Men, (an English band that utilized a popular style of Bahamian music called Junkanoo), but did you know it was written and recorded two y...See Full Bio
“He said, “I was back stage waiting to be called on to perform, so I was out of suit and into jeans to get on stage. The monitor back stage was a bit soft and with all the chatting and laughter going on, I never heard when my name was called. Apparently my name was called several times until someone said you’re on so I was about to run on stage when I heard ‘You won an award’.” So what did he do when he hit the stage? He said, “As an entertainer people would think that you are accustomed to being on stage and talking to crowds but it is so much easier to grab a microphone and sing to any number of people than it is to stand and talk to them. I went on stage, and my acceptance speech was very simple. I gave God thanks for the gift of music, I thanked my team who has been working with me behind the scene tirelessly, I also thanked the promoters of the show and last but not least, my fans who voted for me on my facebook page and website.””