Jamaican poet and radio personality Malachi Smith in partnership with recording artists and musicians living in South Florida, and the Jamaica Ex-Police Association of South (JEPA), are pleased to announce the staging of a hurricane relief benefit show for the people of the Bahamas.
The show will be this Friday, September 13, 6:30 – 10: 30 p.m. at the KRAVE Lounge, 4519 North Pine Island Road, Sunrise, Florida 33351.
There is a stellar line up of performers for the show including Bahamian artist Endel I, legendary Jamaican musician Eugene Grey and his band, and stars Sharon Forrester, Yishka, Sons of Mystro, Taurus Alphonso, Empress Uneek, Hal ‘Reggae man’ Anthony, Marcia Ball, King Banton, Novel-t, Kuccha Cally, Latty Guzang, Tosi Brooks, SEA B, Jah Steve and the Counter Act Crew, drummer Benbow, Jamie, musician Ian, Poet Judith Falloon-Reid, young and upcoming artist Jay Shephard (also from the Bahamas), Brimstone, DJ Marlon and others. Emcees are Radio personalities John T. Hodgson, Yvette Marshall and Dennis Grant from WAVS 1170 AM Radio and Mikey Mike, G-Cole and Malachi Smith from WZOP 92.7 FM and WZPP 96.1 FM.
The show will be free to the public but monetary donations and hurricane supplies will be collected on behalf of the hurricane relief effort. Personnel from the Jamaican Consulate will be on hand to assist along with JEPA members.
The Bahamas Hurricane Relief Show is fully backed by Lauderhill Commissioner Denise D. Grant and Jamaica’s Consul General, Mr. Oliver R. Mair.