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Lady K-Wida & King Yellowman!
Wednesday January 28, 2009 from 23.00 in Roots Bamboo (Negril - JA)
Tickets at the door: 10

Stageshow by Yellowman and Frankie Paul with live band on the beautiful Long Bay in Negril, Jamaica.

Because of the release of the new single by Lady K-Wida featuring King Yellowman, Lady K-Wida went on stage with the King, to do the hit tune One Man Woman. Debut performance of Lady K-Wida in Jamaica!!

Entrance fee 10.000 J$ (about 10 euro)

Line up

Performing artists:

 
Yellowman (Jamaica)
King Yellowman has an incredible history in Reggae music. His upbringing at the Maxfield Home orphanage in Kingston and being albino in Jamaica were two obstacles the he overcame and went on to be (at one time) the biggest reggae artist since Bob Marley.
 

 
Lady K-Wida (Surinam/Holland)
K-Wida is a female toaster with a lot of power in het voice! She started to sing with different Surinam (Hindu) bands when she was 15. Since 2000 she is one of the singers of the Dutch reggaeband Poor Man Friend. In January 2009 her second single 'One Man Woman' was released, feat. King Yellowman!
 

 
Frankie Paul (Jamaica)
Frankie Paul is often referred to as Jamaica's Stevie Wonder, and not just because of his visual impairment. Like Wonder, he was a talented multi-instrumentalist with a tremendous vocal range. He was also extraordinarily prolific, part of the first wave of dancehall artists, he started his recording career in earnest during the early '80s.