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Julien Believe to headline at the Grand Bahama Regatta - Jul 21, 2016 - 5:00:23 PM

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The Grand Bahama Regatta and Homecoming is set to take place at Taino Beach in Freeport from July 22nd through 24th.  The regatta committee is excited to announce that one of their headliners will be Julien Believe, creator of the Junkanoo Pop Sound and Bahamian Icon Award winner for the Most Popular Song in 2014 for his single ‘ The Caribbean Slide’.

"We are very fortunate and excited to have obtained Julien for our Homecoming," said committee chair, Chervita Campbell. "Julien represents the younger generation in our entertainment industry, and just like the music industry, we need our youth to keep the sport of sailing alive and thriving..."
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Veola Sophiato to release new single, ‘Keep Moving,’ on July 25th - Jul 21, 2016 - 4:17:31 PM


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Next Monday, July 25, the independent contemporary gospel singer Veola Sophia will debut her latest studio endeavor, a single entitled ‘Keep Moving.’ The elegant new track, which was produced by Reubin Heights and DJ Elevator at Perfect Blend Studios, is a beautiful excursion through Veola’s talent for inspiring her listeners with masterful lead vocals and relatable lyricism. The song will go live on all major digital music platforms, and local fans can also pick up a physical copy of the new effort at the Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in Nassau.

A native of the Bahamas, Veola began singing gospel music in church at a very young age. Over the years, she has been lauded for her talent in the Bahamas, in Jamaica, and in the United States. Her infectious, lovable presence as a performer has often put her into the limelight as a featured lead vocalist of church groups. In 2014, she debuted as a solo vocalist with her first release, ‘100 Meters...
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D-Mac to headline at the Grand Bahama Regatta & Homecoming - Jul 20, 2016 - 8:37:57 PM

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The Grand Bahama Regatta and Homecoming is set to take place at Taino Beach in Freeport from July 22nd through 24th.  The regatta committee is excited to announce that one of their headliners will be D-Mac, one of The Bahamas' top award winning recording artists who is popularly recognized for his bodies of work in the Rake N Scrape genre. His most notable Bahamian song is, The Gaulin.

"Grand Bahamians have fallen in love with DMac's music and performances," said  regatta committee chairperson, Chervita Campbell who calls herself an admiring fan. "Don't miss this performance, because he's going to 'mash up' the place!"

It is D-Mac’s mission to represent the Bahamas by exposing the world to the infectious rhythms and indigenous stories of the Bahamas and Bahamian way of life.
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Bahamas' Pyfrom sisters, Fourever1, release single with “American Idol” music master Randy Jackson - Jul 15, 2016 - 10:34:55 PM

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Executive Produced by Randy Jackson with remixes by Bimbo Jones, Sean Finn, Tavo, and Jason Kohlmann

As FOUREVER1, identical quadruplets Jodi, Catherine, Christina, and Janelle Pyfrom aim to conquer the music charts with “All About Tonight”, their high-energy pop single produced by Pilfinger and Sarah West. Written by West and executive produced by Randy Jackson, the empowering track by the sister group discovered on YouTube,encourages fans to step out of their comfort zones.

What’s better than a beautiful, talented, singer-songwriter whose performances set the spirits of men and women on fire? How about four in one!
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Hon. Daniel Johnson on the Passing of Percival Sweeting - Jul 14, 2016 - 6:02:03 PM

I join the fraternity of Bahamian musicians, entertainers and performers mourning the untimely passing of Mr. Percival Sweeting, President of The Bahamas Musicians and Entertainers Union.

My ministry values his contributions to the formulation of policy relative to culture, entertainment, special events and promotions. Mr. Sweeting had a concern about developing the now and next generation of Bahamian talent and entertainers.

To his dear wife, Mrs. Patricia Sweeting and the family, I extend the sympathy of a grateful people and entertainment community....
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Bahamian Icon Grand Bahama winners Johnson, Pierre set the pace - Jul 14, 2016 - 3:35:14 PM

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FREEPORT, Bahamas – Still reveling in their Bahamian Icon win, actor/director Patrice Johnson and playwright Gea Pierre were honoured to bring the prestigious award back home to Grand Bahama.

The Bahamian Icon Award, founded in 2103, acknowledges the exemplary achievements of men and women who have excelled in a cross section of industries and contributed to the overall development of The Bahamas.

This year’s event was staged at the Melia Nassau Beach Resort in New Providence and aired live Saturday, July 2nd on Our TV...
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1st Annual Grand Bahama Homecoming: July 29th - Aug. 1st - Jul 14, 2016 - 3:17:23 PM

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Freeport, Grand Bahama - Freeport, get ready for the 1st Annual Grand Bahama Homecoming slated for July 29th - August 1st, 2016.
The event kicks off on Friday, July 29th with a Mega Family Fun Day & FREE Concert featuring Ronnie Butler, Geno D, Stileet, Jah Hem, Jah Troy & Christopher Martin on The Independence Park....

On Saturday, July 30th it's all about Phluid Phest at The Goombay Park Grounds. Live performance by Nesbeth, Tiko T, Ras Pow & Xcitement hosted by JJ.  Get 5 for $10 Beers and mix drink specials...

Be sure to join the Grand Bahama Home-coming Committee on Monday, August 1st at The Junkanoo Beach Club on Taino Beach...
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K.B. Says Stop Government Spying - Jul 13, 2016 - 10:32:58 PM

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Rake-n-Scrape superstar, Kirkland 'K.B.' Bodie takes aim at government spying with his new release entitled, "Dey Spyin' Spyin' Everyday".

K.B. said the message music track speaks to the new, digital age of information technology in which we live and the threat of any unscrupulous government snooping, "Government surveillance of its private citizens is wrong, the mere thought of it makes my skin crawl. The song, Dey Spyin' Spyin' Everyday, is me holding up a mirror to our government and showing them for what they truly are when they abuse their authority....
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Between (Season 2) - Jul 13, 2016 - 6:00:25 PM

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Pretty Lake Is Under Full Quarantine


A mysterious virus has killed every person 22 years of age and older in a small town, but those left alive must eek out a living with the threat of government sanctioned elimination looming. After a failed attempt to eradicate the population under 21, the remaining survivors must take steps to ensure their town’s continued longevity.

Wiley is a young mother who must do what is best for her infant in the face of dwindling resources after surviving the attempted euthanasia of the Pretty Lake inhabitants with a fake immunization...
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KB releases "Anchor Projects" single - Jul 5, 2016 - 8:11:19 PM

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Kirkland ‘KB’ Bodie, the Bahamas’ top-selling recording artist, is pouring on the lyrical heat again taking his message with the unmistakable beat and a social conscience to the airwaves and the public’s appetite is bigger than ever – more than 40,000 have tuned in to hear ‘Anchor Projects’ since it launched last month.

“ ‘Anchor Projects hurtin’ we all’ is the latest in a series of songs with substance written and produced by KB and sponsored by Save The Bays, the environmental advocacy group with more than 20,000 Facebook friends...
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‘Crazy Love’ says goodbye after 7 sold out shows - Jun 30, 2016 - 5:37:36 AM

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FREEPORT, Bahamas – After seven sold-out shows one would think that Grand Bahama had had enough of the craziness, but it hadn’t and that’s why Gea Pierre, writer and producer of Crazy Love brought the beloved play back for one last goodbye.

Last weekend, Out of the Ashes Entertainment took the cast and crew back to the
stage where it all started for the goodbye show at the Regency Theatre.

The week before, the play was back on the road in New Providence for another
three nights of laughter.
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New Miss Bahamas Pageant Engages Fans with Reality TV Series, "Road to the Crown" - Jun 29, 2016 - 3:45:47 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas – The Miss Bahamas Organization® (MBO) will make history once again when it crowns the new Miss World Bahamas on July 24, 2016.  For the first time in Bahamian pageant history, the general public will not only get to watch the pageant live, but will also help to select the winner by voting in real time. 

Voting duties for the general public begin with MBO’s new Road to the Crown Reality TV Show, which premieres on Our TV on June 28 at 8 p.m., immediately following Our News. The 10 contestants will be introduced to the public through the 4-week series which will showcase the contestants through interviews, challenges, activities and preliminary competitions...
Entertainment : Bahamas International Film Festival
BIFF Announces Co-Executive Director - Jun 25, 2016 - 11:44:37 AM

The Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) is proud to announce today that Tatiana Donaldson has joined Founder Leslie Vanderpool as the Co-Executive Director. Donaldson and Vanderpool will share roles in Sponsorship, Programming, Marketing & Event Planning. “There is no better person to join BIFF, together we will work effectively to advance the Bahamas International Film Festival,” Vanderpool said...
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Summer Jazz Concert Set to Take Grand Bahama by Storm - Jun 25, 2016 - 2:22:51 AM

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All roads will lead to the Grand Bahamas Yacht Club on July 8 for the first annual Summer Wine, Art and Jazz concert. One of the most anticipated events of the summer, the affair will also feature spoken word artists and a series of surprises throughout the event.

Highlighting the event is will be the Jazz stylings of Shelley Carey-Moxey & Tru Music. The band has an eclectic mix of genres in their repertoire and has been entertaining audiences in Grand Bahama for Years...
Arts & Culture
‘Crazy Love’ Returns to Nassau - Jun 17, 2016 - 10:11:23 AM


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NASSAU, Bahamas – As if the first time wasn’t crazy enough, Out of the Ashes Entertainment is rewinding the script and bringing Crazy Love back to Nassau this weekend.

So if you missed it the first time around, the Crazy crew returns to Nassau on Friday, at the St. John’s College Auditorium.

This fresh, lighthearted, belly hugging, hard hitting modern-day play, written and
produced by Gea Pierre, has lived out seven sold-out shows in Grand Bahama...
Entertainment
Jazz In Bloom INSPIRE concert set for Father's Day, June 19 - Jun 17, 2016 - 1:22:40 AM

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Nassau, Bahamas - On June 19th, this Father's Day,  Jazz In Bloom INSPIRE - a premier jazz event annually produced by Bahamian Jazz Vocalist, Anuschka Wright - is the perfect gift for dads.

Jazz In Bloom Inspire is all about remembering and honouring those individuals, both young and old, that help to spark the light of inspiration. In this year's concert you will get to hear Mr Ralph Munnings, one of the Bahamas' original Fathers of Jazz, on sax; Adrian D'Aguilar, bassist and Anuschka's personal Jazz mentor; and the Gelin brothers - Giveton on Trumpet and Giveson on drums. Both of these young gentlemen are also being mentored by Adrian along with young pianist Eric Boxerman (and a few other young musicians and singers) as a part of D'Aguilar's working Jazz group called "The Jazz Cats"...
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Grand Bahama loses an entertainment giant - Jun 6, 2016 - 11:33:43 AM

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Dear Editor,

It is with a heavy heart, that I write to you in reference to the loss of Michael Wilchcombe, a senior fellow in the Grand Bahamian entertainment industry. This extraordinary bassist made an indelible mark, not only in his industry,  but also in the hearts and minds of his community.

"Mikie" was always willing to share his talents and knowledge with everyone that would ask, and he exemplified what a great lover and patriot of the music industry should be...
Entertainment
Bahamian entertainer, Sammi Starr signs with Sony - Jun 3, 2016 - 1:32:58 PM

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Although the photo you see here hit social media on May 30th, Bahamian entertainer Sammi Starr tells us that the deal with Sony was signed weeks ago, before the finals of this year's Music Masters Competition at Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival.

In that competition Sammi placed second, after being the first to win the coveted award in the festival's first run in 2015. Sammi wrote the following to accompany the photo, " Remember I said there were three things that I'm super excited about this year?! The birth of Prince Kymani was #1 ... The second is this.  When you work hard all through your career, regardless of support level, you stay focused, ignore the hate, rather be fueled by the hate and negativity, when you begin to succeed, you become a new you, a stronger you, a happier you..."
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Maria Govan's "Play the Devil" to world premiere Saturday in LA - Jun 3, 2016 - 12:51:41 PM

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Bahamian filmmaker, Maria Govan's latest film, PLAY THE DEVIL will have its world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on Saturday, June 4th at 3:15pm at ArcLight Cinemas Culver City, showing in the festival's world dramatic competition.  Directed and written by Govan, and produced by Abigail Hadeed, Play the Devil was shot in its entirety in Trinidad & Tobago, and is described as a noir film set against the backdrop of Carnival.

"We had mostly a Trinni crew and a few Americans in key positions," Maria Govan told TheBahamasWeekly.com just days before the premiere. "We were given significant support from the Trinidadian government, who are not only interested in developing T & T as a film location destination...

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DMAC to perform at Tempo Caribbean Rocks NYC celebration - Jun 2, 2016 - 3:33:37 PM

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The beauty, the culture and the music of The Caribbean will be celebrated at “CARIBBEAN ROCKS NYC TEMPO Turns 10” Anniversary Celebration in New York City June 1st – 5th, with Bahamian music taking center stage on Sunday June 5th when DMAC and fellow Bahamian entertainers Stileet, Puzzle, Ira Storr & The Spank Band and 2016 Music Master Winner Fanshawn, showcase the rhythms of The Bahamas at the legendary BB King Blues Club & Grill in Times Square.

Both humbled and excited about the opportunity to network and bring his unique sound to an international stage, DMAC plans to “amp up” his already high energy performance with more energy, more great vibes and more Rake N Scrape – all elements that represent what DMAC refers to as “The Bahamian Thing”...
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