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Sunday, March 7, 2010

Promoter failed to meet obligations - Baby Cham says

Jamaican Dancehall icon, Baby Cham, and Anthony B were the two major acts carded to perform at the Mash Explosion concert but that never materialized much to the disappointment of fans.

Much confusion followed as irate fans looted the bar and broke up a sound system. The promoter Nigel Harding has since issued an apology and promised that the artistes will be performing at a free show sometime in the not too distant future.

While none of the artistes’ camps have confirmed this statement Baby Cham has sent an apology to his Guyanese fan base for his non-performance at the National Park on Saturday February 27.
The artiste and his team left Guyana disappointed and said that this happened “after the promoter, Seven Star Entertainment, failed to meet obligations”.

Cham explained, “We always honour and respect our fans and unfortunately a number of requirements were not in place; certain obligations were not met by the promoter and we were not able to make it to the venue to perform for the fans.”

Apologizing for the unfortunate situation, Khorie Ann Robb, Public Relations Manager of Headline Entertainment, a booking agent, noted,  “Our non-appearance was in no way due to our fault …we were present and ready to work. The promoter failed to handle the situation the way he should have and as such we had to leave the country without performing.”

The artiste is anticipating a return to the country to perform for the people as Guyana still remains one of his favourite markets.

By Mondale Smith


1 comment:

  1. It is the first time that I heard about him. I will check groveshark to know if there are his music there.