Jamaica Gleaner Entertainment
Published: Monday Monday | March 9, 2009
David Madden presents 'Long Live Reggae Music'
The music at Friday night's launch of trumpeter David Madden's 'Long Live Reggae Music' was good; but hearing it was, at best, okay and, at worst, downright painful. Said pain was not caused by the playing of the musicians on the stage, or Madden's vocals and trumpet... Read More...Fun in the Son launched
Eight years ago, an alternative to Spring Break was conceptualised. It was called 'Fun in the Sun - fun from alcohol and drugs'. It has now become the largest gospel event for young people in Jamaica and on Friday evening, the seventh staging of the gospel event... Read More...Salvation PhD, a song-fest
The show got off to a very late start, but once it got under way, it was a display of compelling ministry, energetic performances, intense audience response and some poor sound quality.Such was the situation at the University of Technology (UTech) annual gospel concert... Read More...Something extra - Women of Excellence
Good deeds and hard work should be rewarded, and they were for five outstanding women, last Friday, as the Kiwanis Club of New Kingston hosted its annual Women of Excellence champagne luncheon at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel.... Read More...