Saturday, June 11, 2022
In Living Colour Artiste Marcy Chin shared the frame with Downsound Records CEO and chairman of Summerfest Productions Joe Bogdanovich, the promoter of Sumfest. Photos: Garfield Robinson)

The highlight of 50th anniversary celebrations of The Harder They Come, held last Saturday at 10A West Kings House Road, was the medley-style rendition of the movie soundtrack’s title song at the tail end of the show. The group of artistes: Naomi Cowan, Carlene Davis, Dwight Richards, Kumar, Tony Rebel, Bounty Killer, Richie Spice, Alaine, and Tarrus Riley, backed by the incomparable Dean Fraser & Friends, had earlier in the evening thrilled the audience (which included entertainers not on the bill) with solo performances.

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In The Groove Singer Naomi Cowan kicked off her performance with her take on Jimmy Cliff’s You Can Get It If You Really Want before belting out her song Peace of Mind.
In Tune The all-star line-up of artistes who performed at the Jimmy Cliff Tribute Concert was backed by Dean Fraser (foreground) & friends.
Family Tree Tommy Cowan pressed pause on his hosting duties for a Kodak moment with his daughters Shikisha (left) and Naomi (second right) and his wife Carlene Davis.
Look Into My EyesBefore blessing fans with a performance of Scotty’s Draw Your Brakes from The Harder They Come Soundtrack and a medley of his own tunes, dancehall artiste Bounty Killer stepped into the Page 2 frame.
For The Culture!Out to celebrate were veteran reggae songbird Nadine Sutherland (left) and her niece, marketing assistant Arielle Taylor.

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