Wednesdays Rock at Grosvenor Galleries

Live Music Nation launched “Wednesdays Rock” at Grosvenor Galleries last Wednesday.

Billed as a “jam session” featuring a variety of Jamaica’s musicians and singers, “Wednesdays Rock” turned out to be just that and indeed presented a wide range of artists including some pleasant surprises.

It was a relaxed vibe.  Patrons milled about the grounds of Grosvenor Galleries, vibsing to the music and enjoying the ambiance at Grosvenor, which is a great venue for live music.
Performers included,
  • David Lazarus on guitar
  • Ajaniah and the Real Roots
  • P.O.N. Fya
  • Bijean Gayle
  • Janine Cunningham
  • Chinna Smith
  • Kiddus I
  • Amore
  • Nina Karle
  • Mbala on percussion

Kiddus I & Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith perform “Graduation In Zion”, the song which launched Kiddus I in the movie Rockers.

Chinna offered up songs extolling the location of the “best home grown” (apparently his back yard).

Kiddus I

Seretse Small & Janine Cunningham

Bijean Gayle

Seretse Small & Ian Hird

Seretse Small & Ian Hird


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