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BAJAN BAND COVERDRIVE were guests of the Barbados Tourism Authority and Acting Prime Minister Richard Sealy Wednesday night at Ilaro Court. It was the official hosting of repeat visitors to Barbados, and among the guest were delegates from the Barbados Tourism Authority, the Barbados Hotel & Tourism Association, representatives of the business sector, as well as several primary and secondary school students. CoverDrive said they were happy to be home after eight weeks in Britain, and brought with them their new single Sparks, off their debut album Bajan Style, to local stations so their fans can enjoy it. They leave Barbados Sunday for a tour of Europe. Here, from left, are Acting Prime Minister Sealy with CoverDrive’s Jamar Harding, T-Ray Armstrong, Amanda Reifer and Barry Hill.