Honey Jam at Frank Collymore Hall deemed a Great Success by organisers

On Wednesday, March 14, some of the Honey Jam Barbados alumni, along with Hall manager Fran Wickham and Honey Jam Barbados producer Ebonnie Rowe, took to the stage at Frank Collymore Hall to a packed house and rave reviews. This concert was part of Frank Collymore Hall’s free concert series and provided a great opportunity for those who missed the November Honey Jam to see what all the buzz was about and also to find out more about the developmental initiative.

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From l-r are Sasky, Betty White, Rhesa Garnes, Mandy Cummins, Kyzz, Fran Wickham, Christal Austin, Onika Best, Ebonnie Rowe, Niki Nicole, Gigi Maat, Rochelle Griffith and Karma Nai.

Songstress Niki Nicole wowed the audience with her stellar rendition of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” that brought the audience to their feet. Patrons were treated to a musical potpourri of reggae, soul, alternative, pop, rap, gospel folk and R&B.

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{APOCRYPHAL} Ebonnie - "So Government donating a prize or what?" Sealy - "Well if this had been February i may have recommended tickets with REDjet..." Lashley - "So before Elections are called and we have to pay that frivolous & vexatious Barrack, let's look at offering some Real Estate?"

Most cutting edge style went hands down to fashionista Gigi Ma’at (head stylist at the W Salon) who rocked her Honey Jam t-shirt to the fullest.

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Gigi Ma'at channelling Katy Perry, Lady GaGa and God only knows who else - also sporting a miniature bovine leash in her septum

Shirts were on sale at the Honey Jam booth, where patrons could also find out more about the initiative, see press clippings, watch footage and pick up promotional material.

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Patrons of Honey Jam included Bajans many did not think would appear...

Ministers Richard Sealy and Michael Lashley came out to support the local artists, then joined the post show reception where they met the artists and congratulated Honey Jam producer Ebonnie Rowe.

Rowe is currently sourcing financial sponsorship for the 2012 programme. See link below which explains what the Honey Jam developmental initiative is all about.

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