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Praises to SBA

Ricardo Leacock

Praises to SBA

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One night of awesome talent!
That’s the treat patrons got with the compliments of the Small Business Association, which began its week of activities with a concert at the Jackie Opel Amphitheatre last Sunday.
One of the outstanding performances was by Praise Academy Of Dance, who moved across the stage to the music in a well-choreographed piece.
Kenneth Armstrong did not disappoint as he sang You Raise Me Up and How Great Thou Art.
No stranger to the stage, this young man thrilled the audience with his performance.
Kirk Layne, musical instructor of Notes Of Praise, did a piece entitled Great Is Thy Faithfulness on the keyboard. The church-like atmosphere created through this presentation filled the people with a sense of worship and they were moved to offer praise to God.
Acappella group G-Syndicate brought their experience to the stage as they got the crowd moving to a melody of old gospel favourites that included Walk Holy and Walking Up The King’s Highway.
What A Wonderful World was the first song by songbird Kellie Cadogan, who not only used the stage well, but also captivated everyone with her style and dynamic voice.
She followed up with Feeling Good.
Other artistes included TLC, Alexandra Trio, Adrian Green and the Israel Lovell Dancers.