Interview With Roger Thomas - Leader of Naturally 7 The Bahamas Weekly
presents the first in a series of interviews with Naturally 7 band
leader Roger Thomas on tour as he elaborates on their up coming May 1st
concert on Grand Bahama Island and their youth workshop on May 2nd at
the Bishop Michael Eldon Auditorium.
In this streaming audio
interview Roger expresses the group's excitement about coming to Grand
Bahama Island to do their first ever Bahamas concert, fresh off of their
world tour with Michael Buble'. He also discusses at length what
Vocal-Play is and the difference between Vocal-Play and A Capella. He
also presents the compelling story of how Naturally 7 came into being
complete with inspiration.
The Naturally 7 concert and Workshop
will take place May 1st and 2nd respectively and is being presented by
The Grand Bahama Performing Arts Society in conjunction with The Harnisch
Tickets are now available
Seventeen Shop, Gizmos and
The community is encouraged to buy
referred seating and
parking tickets are offered at $45 each. Only 200 preferred
seats are availablet.
General Seating is
$25 and students $18.
Discounted hotel rates at Pelican Bayare available
for out-of-town audience members. Call Pelican Bay at Lucaya and ask for the
'Naturally 7 Rate'. Watch
a TV Commercial on the upcoming event!
"The Performing Arts
Society is absolutely thrilled to be able to
bring such a unique, exciting and talented group of performers to Grand
Bahama," said Dalia Feldman, Founder of the Society.
"The Naturally 7 concert
and workshop have
been in the works for
over a year, after a video of a live performance of theirs was emailed
to me by a committee member. At that time, N7 was a huge hit in Europe,
but had just started to gain recognition in North America. Now, after a
tour of the US and Canada, and performances in Vancouver at the Winter
Olympics, they are in the midst a world tour with Michael Buble. What a
thrill it will be to have them here on Grand Bahama!
In addition, the members of Naturally 7 will be
for high school students on Sunday, May 2nd at 4pm. This workshop
ages 12 to 18. If you have a
child who is interested in
attending, they should contact their school's music teacher to find out
how. Space is limited, so act fast!