Duane Stephenson heads for Trinidad, Guyana
Quite upbeat from a recent Fort Lauderdale gig where he was accompanied by the very talented Black Soil band, and which also featured Tarrus Riley and Dean Frazer, reggae crooner, Duane Stephenson is looking forward to thrilling his Caribbean fans as the hectic Yuletide season begins to take shape.
The singer is booked for shows in the twin island republic of Trinidad & Tobago and also Guyana, two markets which have a solid, long-standing relationship with the man from August Town. Duane is more than ready to take his soothing, conscious lyrics to Trinidad on November 30, where will perform at Culture Reggae Fest, scheduled for the popular Queen's Park Savannah.
Billed as "the biggest culture concert to end the year in Trinidad and Tobago", Culture Reggae Fest also showcases reggae heavyweights Luciano, Everton Blender and Bushman, alongside Trinidad and Tobago's best, including Jamelody, Isasha, Prophet Benjamin and others. According to the organisers, there will be loads of positive vibes at the concert and Duane totally endorses this, noting that as Caribbean people, we need to focus on our similarities rather than our differences.
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