EVERYBODY’S MOTHERS DAY SATURDAY CONCERT @ BROOKLYN COLLEGE

EVERYBODY’S, the Caribbean Magazine, presents its annual “Mother We Love You Concert” on Mother’s Day Saturday, May 9, 8pm at Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts, Brooklyn College. The spectacular concert is hosted by Delcita, Jamaican actress and comedienne. Kaci Fennell, Miss Universe Jamaica, who captivated the world in The Miss Universe Pageant, is on the slate to entertain moms. And, Nikki Crosby – with her 2015 massive hit, “Go-Granny, 2nd runner-up in the 2015 International Soca Monarch, will unquestionably inspire everyone. These three powerful women plan to make the concert an exceedingly happy event for all.
Lyrikal, one of the most popular artistes during the 2015 Trinidad & Tobago’s Carnival, is looking forward to honor moms. Lyrikal was born in Trinidad but raised in Brooklyn, NY. His mom has been a patron of the Mother’s Day Saturday concert for years.
Biggie Irie, the versatile soca and reggae singer from Barbados, is expected to render his hits, “Ode to Jamaica” and “Nah Goin Home.”
Soca star Chucky Gordon, the 2015 National Calypso Monarch of Trinidad & Tobago, is also performing. Gordon also won the title in 2014. He is T&T 50th Anniversary of Independence Calypso Monarch.
Becket, the calypso icon from St. Vincent & the Grenadines, plans to render his Mother’s Day classic, “Mama.” Will he sing “Teaser,” “President Obama,” or “Calypso Disco.”  Calypso Disco became the soundtrack of a Hollywood blockbuster?
“Mother We Love You concert” is for the entire family including children of all ages. As a result, EVERYBODY’S is pleased to introduce the Batingua Dance Company consisting of teenage dancers. Josh Boyce, a 12-year old Barbadian-American, who won a scholarship to study dance at the famed National Dance Institute in Harlem is making his debut on the big stage.
The Sunshine Band led by Sunshine Diaz is providing live music.
“We thank readers and fans who suggested mothers for saluting. Four mothers will be recognized at the concert,” says concert manager Michelle Young.
All seats are reserved. Tickets for the Mother’s Day Saturday concert are $60, $53, $48 and can be purchased at Brooklyn Center Box Office (718) 951-4500.
Online at http://everybodysmag.com/featured/mothers-day-saturday-concert-may-9th/
Caribbean outlets: In Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Westchester and Long Island.

For questions or more information, please call EVERYBODY’S Magazine 718-941-1879 or visit our website: http://www.everybodysmag.com

TRAVELING DIRECTIONS TO BROOKLYN CENTER @ BROOKLYN COLLEGE
MTA TRAINS: 2 or 5 trains to Flatbush Ave/Brooklyn College.
MTA BUS: 41 & 44 buses to Flatbush Ave. and Nostrand Ave. Junction.
BY CAR: from other boroughs, Westchester, Long Island, CT and NJ: When in Brooklyn get on the Belt Parkway. Get off at Flatbush Ave North Exit. Stay on Flatbush Ave until Avenue H. Make left on Ave. H to Brooklyn College, 2 blocks away.
ABOUT THE VENUE & PRODUCER
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College is wheelchair accessible.
EVERYBODY’S Magazine, a subsidiary of Herman Hall Communications, Inc., has been producing concerts and plays since 1978. Calypso Rose was the featured performer at its first concert.
Herman Hall, producer, has staged events at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, Town Hall, Roseland in NY to the Strand Theatre in Boston, MA. He is the publisher of EVERYBODY’S and the recipient of a national award for journalism.  He was part of the White House Press in 1982 that traveled with President Reagan to Jamaica and Barbados.

THE CARIBBEAN-AMERICAN MAGAZINE
1630 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11226

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Wendy Jones
718-941-1879
editor@everybodysmag.com
http://www.everybodysmag.com

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