Ghost, friends get 'em Mello

BY KEVIN JACKSON
Observer writer

Saturday, October 12, 2019

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GHOST was the toast of Mello Vibes held at Mas Camp in St Andrew recently.

The retro party featured music from the 1970s to the 1990s.

“Overall it was a good event and patrons enjoyed it,” said promoter Gyete Ghartey of GLK Entertainment.

With his large catalogue, comprising covers and original material, Ghost thrilled patrons in a set which lasted more than 45 minutes.

Love You, Do You Believe, Brain Food, Do You Remember and So Strong were among the songs that had the females in a sing-along.

Veteran singers Nitty Kutchie and Tony Curtis, as well as deejay General B performed cameo sets much to the delight of the patrons.

DJs Krazy Kris and Marvin, both of Kool FM, gave patrons a whirlwind backtrack to hits of yesteryear. Patrons danced up a storm as their favourite songs played throughout the evening.

The next staging of Mello Vibes is scheduled for Saturday, November 30, at the same venue.


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