Tue | Sep 26, 2017

Sweet Caroline

Published:Sunday | March 26, 2017 | 3:15 AM
The artiste by the name 'Fambo' creating a storm at Caroline St George's party.
Sharon and Nicky Feanny surely enjoyed the nights entertainment.
Khalia Million (left) and her cousin, singer Tash Million came all the way from the UK for the birthday bash.
Birthday girl Caroline St George (second left) is flanked by (from left) Wayne Jobson, Sheila Routh and Sebastian Cummings.
Caroline St George blows out her 50th birthday candles at her party at the Round Hill Hotel
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Singjay Eek-A-Mouse closed his set with the song 'Sweet Caroline', paying tribute to his friend, socialite Caroline St George, whose birthday party resembled a mini Reggae Sumfest at her Round Hill Hotel and Villas home in Hanover.

The fact that Joe Bogdonovich, owner of the reggae festival, was in the audience gave even more authenticity to this declaration.

In photo: Caroline St George blows out her 50th birthday candles at her party at the Round Hill Hotel 

St George, whose invitation did not state the age she was celebrating, had an impressive cadre of artistes on show at her home, with dancehall act Ce'cile literally taking the house down. By the time the Bad Gyal artiste completed her set, the pronouncement made by the large crowd that converged on Cottage 9, was, "Best Party of the Year".

And although the year has just started, anyone coming after 'sweet Caroline' will have to come extremely good to beat her.

In photo: Birthday girl Caroline St George (second left) is flanked by (from left) Wayne Jobson, Sheila Routh and Sebastian Cummings.

Ce'cile brought her own ammunition in the form of entertainer 'Richie Loop', renowned for his dance moves and top selling song My Cup, while 'sweet' Caroline pulled for 'Future Fambo', whose swag was as on point as his stellar performance.

Packed with style, Future Fambo said he came to crash the party and this he did with precision and fancy footwork.

A young British artiste Tash Million and a Jamaican sensation Shaneika Hibbert completed the 'All Star' line up that St George unveiled on the mostly artsy audience that turned out for her soiree.

The vibes was rich, and in between lyrics of Gregory Isaac's Night Nurse, Dennis Brown's Love and Hate and Beres Hammond's No Disturb Sign, Caroline St George and her friends 'disturbed' the loins, and the appreciation for great entertainment, delivering an unforgettable party.

Caroline St. George's family has shares in the Grand Bahama Port Authority; however, the British born woman has a love affair with Jamaica. Her passion is music, which she produces as a hobby.

Janet.silvera@gleanerjm.com