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Entertainment Last Updated: Mar 10, 2018 - 4:21:00 PM


Packed house at Taino by the Sea Uppercut 242 Concert
By Mackey Media
Mar 10, 2018 - 4:39:03 PM

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The Uppercut Front line - David Mackey (bandleader and lead guitarist), Mawe Dean (Vocals & percussion), Sydney Collie (Vocals & Keyboards) and Javan Hunt (Vocals & percussion)

Freeport, Grand Bahama Island - After a highly successful twin city tour in the Abaco's in February, Uppercut 242 returned home for a gala celebration at Taino by the Sea.

From Uppercut 242 struck the first chord, the dance floor packed and remained so for every tune. When Uppercut 242 took their break it was Bonfire time. The atmosphere was electrifying and folks did not want to go home.

The business owners stated that the Saturday March 3rd launch event netted the highest level of Dinner reservations to date and as a result have already booked Uppercut 242 for a second show during March. The second Dinner show will take place on March 31st. We encourage all to start booking reservations for this Dinner/ Show now at Taino By The Sea Restaurant.

About Uppercut 242

The Uppercut 242 is Grand Bahama’s premiere multi-genre high energy band for exclusive live events. The band performs wide genres of music including, Classic Rock, Dance, Blues, R&B, Soulful Ballads, Reggae, soca more. Uppercut 242 bandleader, David Mackey is former lead guitarist with The Bahamas first Grammy-nominated band, The legendary T-Connection and the drummer, David ‘Shakey D’ Williams is T Connection’s reunion concerts drummer. Lead vocalist Javan Hunt is arguably one of the most versatile male singers in The Bahamas. Keyboardist and vocalist Shaquita Stubbs is music director at St. George’s High School. The depth of Uppercut 242's backing vocals happens when adding Syd Collie (also on keyboards and lead vocals) and her sister, Massawe Dean on backing & lead vocals plus percussion. Bonzi Ferguson on bass rounds off the low end with precision and fullness.

Uppercut is 'Duckin it' and 'Taking it to the Streets' 'Rollin on a River' into the 'White Room' at 'China Grove' to see 'What Happens in The Party stays in the party' when 'I Dare you' we can eat 'Cake by the Ocean' with a 'Dancing Queen' because we're 'Phenomenal' and 'Professional' and 'That's The way it is'  on 'Bahama Rock' if you 'Remember the Time' with 'Billie Jean' it's 'Human Nature' and 'It's a Pity' because we're 'Born to be Wild' and you'll have 'Wild Thoughts' with 'Love and Affection' when you 'Listen to the Music' of Grand Bahama’s ultimate high-energy multi-genre band, Uppercut 242!

For booking Uppercut 242 Click HERE.

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Dinner/ Dance party at Taino by the Sea. Featuring live music by Uppercut 242.



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Dinner/ Dance party at Taino by the Sea. Featuring live music by Uppercut 242.



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Dinner/ Dance party at Taino by the Sea. Featuring live music by Uppercut 242.



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Dinner/ Dance party at Taino by the Sea. Featuring live music by Uppercut 242.



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Uppercut 242's lead guitarist David Mackey draped in green as he delivers intense guitar riffs from the neck of his 77 American made Fender Strat that was used on the majority of T-Connection hits.



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