Krosfyah to set ablaze Dominica stageThe band krosfyah is set to perform at the Dominica World Creole Music Festival. (FP)
Mon, October 15, 2012 - 12:00 AM
Barbados’ leading soca band krosfyah and Edwin Yearwood, Damian Marley and Taurus Riley will be among an explosive line-up for the Sweet Sixteen Edition of the Dominica World Creole Music Festival scheduled for October 26 to 28 at the Windsor Park Stadium, Roseau, Dominica.
Krosfyah appear on Saturday, October 27, and are expected to bring their ultimate party influence to the many fans and patrons of the event.
Known for their infectious melodies, high-energy performances and pulsating rhythms that speak a language only one’s hips comprehend, krosfyah are sure to keep patrons dancing and singing all through their performance to popular hit songs, including Pump Me Up, Wet Me, Highway Robbery, Ride It, French Kiss, Sak Pase and Yardie Graduate.
With two decades of great soca and Caribbean music played across the region and internationally, krosfyah are set to light up the festival stage.
The 16th Annual Dominica World Creole Music Festival, part of the annual national independence celebrations, is dedicated to the memory of the late Jeff Joseph, a musical icon who passed away last December.
At 16 years old, the festival is celebrating its coming of age and growing popularity as one of the most indigenous music festivals in the Caribbean.
Night one includes bouyon music pioneers WCK, new bouyon sensation Asa Banton with his many hits, including I Know People That Know People, Haitian compas group Kreyola, and an all-star cast of zouk artistes, including Tanya St Vale, Luc Leandre, Stephane Ravor and Zouk Machine.
Night two is a celebration of the music of the dynamic and successful krosfyah led by Edwin Yearwood, Dominican popular band Fanatik, Onyan of Burning Flames, the electrifying and dazzling sound of Disip Gazzman of Haiti, reggae superstar Taurus Riley of She’s Royal fame and the pulsating sound of bouyon heavyweight Triple Kay Global.
Night three is a journey to roots music, featuring Dominican music divas Ophelia and Michelle, Damian Jr Gong Marley, the debut performance by the Original Gramacks International paying tribute to their late leader, Jeff Jo, Haitian compas group T-Vice and kings of cadence music, Chubby And The Midnight Groovers. (PR/NS)
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