Bunji, Fay-Ann to bring Jamathon excitement

Bunji, Fay-Ann to bring Jamathon excitement

Saturday, November 18, 2017

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POWER COUPLE Bunji Garlin and Fay-Ann Lyons are scheduled to bring soca vibes to the star-studded line-up of the Caribbean Love Now Jamathon concert at the National Indoor Sports Centre in St Andrew, next Wednesday.

They have pledged to deliver a show-stopping set to make Jamathon an unforgettable experience.

“When Fay and I received the invitation to lend our support, it was an easy decision. We are honoured to be a part of this life-changing initiative that will help our people to rebuild and raise again,” said Bunji Garlin.

Bunji Garlin and Fay-Ann will be joining an all-star line-up of acts including: Agent Sasco; Beenie Man; Beres Hammond; Blvck H3ro; Bunny Wailer; Carlene Davis; Chi-Ching Ching; Chino McGregor; Christopher Martin; D-Major; Devin Di Dakta; Etana; Freddie McGregor; Harry Toddler; Iba Mahr; Jah Cure; Jesse Royal; Kevin Downswell; Naomi Cowan; Nesbeth; Protoje; Raging Fyah; Romain Virgo; Sizzla; Sean Paul; Stephen McGregor; Tarrus Riley; Third World; Tommy Lee Sparta, Toots and the Maytals and Vegas, backed by the All-Star Reggae Band led by Dean Fraser.

The brainchild of businessman Josef Bogdanovich, proceeds from Caribbean Love Now will bolster relief efforts for the Caribbean islands ravaged by the recent passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

“We're thrilled to have Bunji and Fay-Ann on board. they're terrific performers whose presence at Jamathon will make it a truly Caribbean affair,” said Bogdanovich.

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