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Sweet jamming


If there was any doubt that Barbados is full of talent, the annual Honey Jam showcase last night definitely removed any uncertainty.

The show, held at the Frank Collymore Hall and hosted by former radio personality Alex Jordan, featured 14 ladies and one group.

The very talented up and coming female artistes lit up the stage and filled the hall with the glorious sounds of music, most of which were original songs across all genres.

They performed to an almost packed audience which included Governor of the Central Bank Dr Delisle Worrell and Dame Maizie Barker-Welch.

Producer of the show Ebonnie Rowe described the girls and the show as the light of her life and appealed to Barbadians to support the show in order for it to continue.


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