Coral Springs, FL – (February 26, 2024) On Sunday, March 17, 2024, The Caroline L Francis Foundation, established by famed Broadcast Journalist, Clinton Lindsay, in honoring his maternal grandmother, will present “The Giveback Benefit Concert, at The Coral Springs Center For The Arts, located at 2855 Coral Springs Drive, in the city of Coral Springs.

The concert features the first Reggae Grammy winner Michael (Mykal) Rose of the group Black Uhuru, whose Grammy Award was presented to him in 1985 by Clinton Lindsay in a ceremony held in Kingston. Other performers include Little John, Hopeton Lindo, Tanto Metro & Devonte, King Banton, Sophia Brown, Jango Thriller, DJ Hawkeye, Country Western Reggae singer Wes Rok, and The Greaves Brothers. Derrick Barrett & The Statement Band, and The Grass Fyah Band, will be backing the artists.

Singer Novel T, the lone female appearing at the Charity Give Back Concert in Coral Springs, Florida

The legendary sound system operator and record producer, Jack Scorpio, will welcome the audience with some of his classic tunes from his huge catalog of songs. South Florida’s own Sir Rockwell, and New York City’s Dubb Master Chris and Bobby Channel One, will serve as the night’s MC’s.

Doors to The Coral Springs Center For The Arts will open at 6:00 pm, and the concert to begin at 6:30 pm. Tickets for this worthy cause range from $45, $55, and $65, and are available at the Coral Springs Box Office, and at its website, and at

All the artists are donating their services free of charge to support The Wakiso Dance Kids in Uganda, The Angel Of The Hearts Foundation (Children with Down Syndrome in Jamaica) The Island Space Caribbean Museum in Plantation, and The Just Start Now Foundation in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Donations are welcomed at:

The Giveback Benefit Concert is sponsored in part by: Tad’s Records, Culture Jam FM/New York, Irie Pen Records, and Reggae Global Base.