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Gospel artistes rock the Waterfront

Tuesday, April 22, 2014    

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THE Pirates Cove Parking lot in downtown Kingston could barely contain the throng that turned out for the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation's (KSAC)'s second staging of Gospel on the Waterfront, on Holy Thursday.

The free concert returned with another line-up of popular gospel artistes, who all added their own take of the Word of the Lord through song.

Acts such as Lubert Levy brought his old-school style, much to the delight of the audience, while Sister Pat delivered a revivalist performance including her hit Rock My Soul. Omari arrived with his signature reggae vibe, but really hit a high note when to close out his set Kukudoo joined him on stage. Jermaine Edwards and Kevin Downswell arrived one after the other using their more soulful musical tones to sway the receptive crowd.

However, it was the closing performance from Evangelist Sandra Brooks that left everyone wanting more. She took the masses into the early morning while delivering songs like Down on my Knees, Did You Stop To Pray, and All the Way. Her ministering didn't stop with her vocals, eventually departing the stage to dance, sing, and deliver the word of God amongst them.

-- Rory Daley

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