Gospel concert dubbed A Better Tomorrow delivers

Cecelia Campbell-Livingston

Monday, August 13, 2012

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A large crowd turned out for A Better Tomorrow, a free gospel concert, held in Junction Square, St Elizabeth, recently.

The concert, second in it series — was held in association with On The Shout and The Potter's House Church in Junction — and was intended to assist in spreading God's word. The first concert was held in Montego Bay, St James, in 2010.

"A Better Tomorrow is an outreach initiative which was borne from a vision to use the medium of music to transform lives," said Kevin Smith, one of the organisers.

Jermaine Bolton, Godesta, Jah Dai, Ron Testify, Ryan Berry, Garfield Reid, Dunamis Reignz, Claudius England, Jay Cee and Rondel Positive delivered a good set.

Jermaine Edwards got the audience fired up with a medley of popular gospel choruses.

However, it was less jumping and more worship when singer Jabez took the stage. With songs such as Before The Day Is Over, Drinking From My Saucer and You Raised Me Up, his offering to the crowd was received with great enthusiasm.

DJ Nicholas brought the curtains down on the concert with some mad praises as he went through some of his popular song which included Holy Ghost Gym, Holy Ghost Church, Testimony and his latest Cut It Off.

Other performers included Kevin Smith, Word, Omari, Jason Mighty and Ryan Mark.

The evening was not only about the performers. Emcee Nadine Blair ensured the mood for worship was maintained with 'spiritual chargers' as she prompted the crowd to give God the glory.





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