The first staging of JaRIA’s Reggae Wednesday Concerts was centered around Artistes who have done the music industry proud and their children or grandchildren who also do music.
I gotta big up the Armshouse Crew dwl (dead wid laugh) 😀
We were taking a Selfie & got snapped by surprise, we were in the Friday Observer 🙂
As one of the hosts Mr. Ibo Cooper explained it’s an African tradition to start an event with drumming, for welcome, and to signal the start; so the Akwaaba Drummers opened the show.A stage with master drummers 😀 Ouida Lewis, the lady in the middle, was my second but most influential drumming teacher 🙂 <3
So without further ado here are the pictures I took before my phone battery died.
#ReggaeMusicFiPlay Bless Up!
4 responses to “The Bloodlines Concert”
Do you have some music playing on your blog somewhere? Every time I’m in my reader it plays. Reason I’m suggesting its from yours cause I just followed your blog and it sounds like reggae?
Oh dear :O I’m sorry yes it’s mine but it’s not reggae it’s soca, I’ll take it off auto play
I’m not familiar with the genre. Yeah, I found the post just now. I just apologized to the other blogger.
It’s Caribbean, soca is short for calypso but I’ll fix that now