Super Gospel back on
The stage is now set for the Silvertones of Barbados Super Gospel 2012, which had previously been postponed.
Entitled Mighty To Save, the new dates for this annual musical event are now scheduled to coincide with Barbados’ 46th Anniversary of Independence Celebrations in November.
Super Gospel, which will feature no fewer than 14 acts from Barbados and one from the United States of America, comes off on Saturday, November 3rd and Sunday, November 4th.The extravaganza will be split between two different venues on the two days.
The Saturday show will take place at the New Dimensions Ministries on Barbarees Hill, beginning at 5 p.m.
On stage for that will be the award winning Sister Margreta Marshall, Gratitude, Everdene Smart, Rickey Niles, Allison Norville-Forde, along with the First Baptist Chorale, Double Laugh Theatre, Narrow Way Dance Ministry and host group, the Silvertones of Barbados. Visiting headline artiste from the US, Bridget Blucher, is also slated to perform.
Former gospel recording artiste and comedian, Phillip St. Hill is down to MC the concert.
On the second and final evening, the Super Gospel shifts to the Coleridge & Parry School in St. Peter and gets going at 4.30 p.m. The line up for this one comprises dynamic saxophonist Rickey Niles, Double Laugh Theatre, the Seventh Day Adventist Garden Girls, the Coleridge & Parry School Choir and Band, the sweet singing Alexandra School Beacon Choir, the Family Church Levitical Choir, the Seventh Day Adventist Endless Praise Choir, the Ignatius Byer Primary School Choir, host group the Silvertones of Barbados and Blucher.
The MC is Jackie de Jude.
Chief Executive Officer of the Silvertones Harold Britton told High Note that the two-phase event was being produced with HIV/AIDS sufferers in mind. He is therefore appealing to those attending to bring a monetary contribution or a non-perishable food item for donation to the HIV/AIDS Food Bank. For the concert at the Coleridge & Parry School, there would be a shuttle service between Speightstown and the Ashton Hall, St. Peter school. (EJ)