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Posted: Tuesday 27 September, 2011 at 11:57 AM

Beenie Man concert back on track for October 7

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Beenie Man
By: Cherisse M. Sutton-Jeffers,
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    BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – ‘ROCK-AWAY’ with the Jamaican doctor of dancehall Beenie Man, on Saturday Oct. 7 at Carnival Village  when the much anticipated postponed September 10  concert takes place.


    The concert was postponed due to the passing of Tropical Storm Maria on the scheduled weekend.     


    According to the organiser behind the concert, Sunil Gehan, in an earlier interview, he had no choice but to make that decision, because he did not want to take the chance.  


    Besides the Jamaican headliner, the show will also feature the dynamic Evolution Sounds along with the Small Axe Band and Nu Vybes Band International which would whip up some pep in the venue.


    Tickets can be obtained at Twist and the Ticket Shop for $50. There is the option of purchasing an all-inclusive VIP package for $135, for which patrons will receive food and drinks as well as comfortable seating under a raised roof.


    Beenie Man, who has been in the music business for over 30 years, has performed in the Federation on a number of occasions.


    He is best known for his long going feud with rival artiste Bounty Killer but this has become a bit dormant over the years. He is also known for his many hit songs which include ‘Tell Me’, ‘Who Am I’, Give It Up’, ‘Wine Gal’, ‘Hmm Hmm’, ‘Pinckney Nah Hold Yah Dung’, ‘Gimme Gimme’, ‘Old Dog’ and ‘Dancehall Queen’.