More artistes added to Bob Andy Unplugged concert

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More artistes have been added to the line-up of the Bob Andy Unplugged concert, which is slated to take place next week Friday night at the Karl Hendrickson Auditorium on the grounds of Jamaica College.
Among them are Freddie McGregor, known for his timeless hits, Luciano, Queen Ifrica, Denyque, Della Manley, Sharon Tucker, Pam Hall, Earl 'Chinna' Smith and musician Peter Ashbourne. The night's line-up had already included Mutabaruka, Tony Rebel, Protoje, Carlene Davis, Duane Stephenson, Big Youth, John Holt, Ken Boothe and musical arrangers, Dean Fraser, Desi Jones and Ibo Cooper.
"It will be such a magical night. All these singers and musicians have come together to offer their musical interpretations of the legendary songs written by Bob Andy," said Junior Lincoln, concert promoter and a member of the Bob Andy Foundation, producers of the event.
Still, that's not all the organisers of the Bob Andy Unplugged concert will be offering to patrons. After the stellar concert, which begins sharply at 9 pm, ends an equally enjoyable Merritone after-party will be held inside the auditorium, which will be free of cost for persons who had purchased tickets for the preceding concert.
All proceeds from the Bob Andy Unplugged concert will go to the Bob Andy Song Foundation, which will benefit Bob Andy's medical care and recovery.
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