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CoverDrive treat for St Michael

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CoverDrive treat for St Michael

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BARBADOS-BASED INTERNATIONAL BAND CoverDrive is striving to be an inspiration to young people and has vowed to preach through its music that dreams are attainable.
They did just that yesterday at The St Michael School, where they treated students and staff members to a free concert and words  of encouragement as they started a week’s journey where they will  be visiting the secondary schools  each member attended.
After an energetic performance of a selection of their hits such  as Twilight and Lick Ya Down,  among others, which provoked a commendable response, the band’s  lead singer Amanda Reifer told  the DAILY NATION that  after a lengthy tour of Britain,  the band was grateful to be granted the opportunity to perform  for and interact with the students  of their respective schools.
“We hope to be an example to people . . . that they can pursue their dreams no matter how impossible they think it is. We don’t only want to have fans but also people we inspire.
“Don’t be afraid to be who you are, because being yourself is what you  can do best. This is what makes you unique in this world. What we have learnt . . . is that the more you are yourself, the better it is for you,”  said Reifer.
Reifer attended Harrison College, guitarist Barry Bar-Man Hill  went to Alexandra School, bassist Jamar Harding is a Queen’s College alumnus, and drummer/singer T-Ray Armstrong attended  The St Michael School. (AH)

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