IN PICTURES: Papa Creole ‘Meet and Greet’ and Awards Presentation

A smiling Gordon Henderson (Exile One) holds up one of the awards he received

On the eve of the historical Papa Creole show carded to begin at 10:00 o’clock tonight at the forecourt of Windsor Park Sports Stadium, representatives of the show’s line-up, Cadence-lypso enthusiasts, other musicians and sponsors, gathered at the Fort Young  Hotel for a “meet and greet” and presentation of awards to the musicians and others involved in the show.

Awards were presented to Gordon Henderson, Fitzroy Williams and Vivian Wallace of Exile One; Phillip “Chubby” Mark and Marcel “Co” Mark of Midnight Groovers; Cletus “Halibut” Abraham (originally of Belles Combo) and Original Bouyon Pioneers (original WCK) which was accepted by Cornell “Fingers” Phillip.

Show promoter Leroy “Wadix” Charles was also honoured.

The awards were sponsored by Emile “Pa Ben” Serrant and the Ibrahim “Sign Man” Brohim.

Below are some photos taken at the event.

 

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1 Comment

  1. Joseph John
    June 15, 2019

    Congratulations to all those who received honours at this show.
    But I think that we should acknowledge E. O, Leblanc the advocate of our creole culture and the people of Penville/ Ville Vieille Case for the being the foruners of patois songs: Christmas, carnival and sewhenal and the people of Grandbay and Mahaut for taking it to a higher level.
    If anyone whish to write our musical history as an element of our culture, start at the beginning, from scratch. The beginners did not have the media or the technology of today, but in a lot of instances they made their own musical instruments. Sometimes they use stumping on wooden floors to keep the beat.
    So come on let us be free and fair.

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