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Vic Brewster passes

JOHN SEALY, johnsealy@nationnews.com

Added 13 April 2018


Vic Brewster. (FILE)

Vic “Buddy Boy” Brewster who shot to fame in the late 60s and 70s as a leading radio personality passed away at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital last night.

Brewster, who popularised the radio programme Break with Brewster on the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation Radio 900 was said to be in his late seventies.

He was hailed by noted entertainer Richard Stoute as a gentleman and one who gave lots of airtime to local music.

“I want offer sincere condolences to his family. Vic was the man,” said Stoute. (JS)


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