Entertainment

Cosmic Rotation to close in style

By Kevin Jackson
Observer writer

Saturday, December 15, 2018

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COSMIC Rotation 10 takes place tonight at The Pallet (North Avenue) in Kingston. According to organiser Simon Bowden, the sixth show for the year will close 2018 in style.

“Patrons can expect more good live music, warm atmosphere and surprise guest performances. We will be closing the year on a high note,” he told the Jamaica Observer.

Bowden is lead singer and rhythm guitarist of SkyGrass band.

The artistes billed to perform are the SkyGrass band which will do backing duties, singer Duane Stephenson, the Heavyweight Rockaz, Monifah Goss, Furnace, and Vadie.

Bowden spoke about the growth of the series since it made its debut in 2017.

“The growth is continuous in the variety of artistes who perform at each staging. We have had some big names and many big talents. I would say the most important growth we have seen is the strength and recognition of the brand, Cosmic Rotation, and the role that it plays for lovers of live music, artistes and patrons alike.”

Cosmic Rotation 10, which is sponsored by Appleton Jamaica Rum, supports the Maxfield Park Children's Home in Kingston. Part proceeds from this evening's show will go to that institution.


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