Regina Belle, Peabo Bryson set for Red Rose for Gregory concert
Regina Belle via reginabelleofficial Facebook.
International R&B stars Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle are all set to put on splendid performance at the Gregory Isaacs Foundation’s third annual Red Rose for Gregory concert on Sunday, February 17, 2019, at the Liguanea Club Golf Academy, New Kingston, show time starting at 7:00 pm.
The international artistes will be looking forward to thrill their fans from their impressive catalogue of major hit recordings. Both Stars, Bryson a two-time Grammy Winner, along with Belle who has won four Grammy Awards promise patrons a musical tribute fit for royalty which will include their number one duet “A Whole New World” the soundtrack from the Walt Disney Mega-Hit movie “Aladdin”.
The concert promises to be a sensational event for celebrants of love and romance and will have a supporting local cast of Boris Gardner, Robert Minott, Fab Five and Roots Radics Band (who will be doing a medley of Gregory’s songs) and others.
Peabo Bryson via Facebook.
Red Rose for Gregory is among the big events scheduled for Reggae Month and is endorsed by Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, JARIA and the Reggae Month Committee. The organising committee is delighted to welcome the Mayor of Kingston and St Andrew, Senator, Councillor Delroy William as the 2019 event patron.
Patrons will be immersed in a classy setting complete with all the trimmings of the occasion, which will include roses, chocolates, fine wines and great music.
The staging of this Valentine concert is in honour of one of Jamaica’s greatest recording artistes, entertainer and prolific songwriter – Gregory Isaacs.
One of the foundation's objectives is to continue the charitable works started by Gregory in his lifetime. As with previous years, part proceeds from the event will go to local charities. Among the beneficiaries is Patricia House, a drug rehabilitation centre in Kingston, the house provides rehabilitation for individuals who have lost control of their lives through the use of drugs.
The foundation seeks to help to restore stability to their lives, the lives of their families, and their communities, through prevention, artistic development, vocational training, literacy and basic education running as transversal themes and St. Barnabas Preparatory, Gregory’s first school will benefit from this staging of the event.