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Denbigh gospel show for Sunday

Thursday, July 31, 2014    

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KEVIN Downswell has joined the line-up of acts for the Denbigh Gospel Extravaganza 2014 set for the Denbigh Agricultural Show Ground, May Pen, Clarendon, on Sunday.

The show, presented by Hi-Pro and produced by Gospel Music, is set for 6:00 pm.

The Gospel Extravaganza was first introduced 10 years ago.

"The show has grown tremendously in recent years since Jamaica Broilers Group -- through its Hi-Pro and Best Dressed Chicken brands -- began sponsoring the event, and this year we look forward to an even bigger and better show," said Tommy Cowan, CEO of Glory Music.

Among acts slated to perform are The New Grace Thrillers, which has been absent from a local stage for about two years, DJ Nicholas, Carlene Davis, Omari, Garfield Reid, Kerron Ennis and blind singer Courtney Cooke.

Pastor Marcus Williams is scheduled to speak, while Nadine Blair will be the MC for the show.

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