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November 17, 2003


Jamaica Gleaner

The relevent authorities are still trying to sift through the rubble that is left of Cinema 2 in New Kingston after American gospel group Acappella utterly destroyed it on Saturday night with a performance that has placed them on the 'most wanted' list.

The all-vocal quartet delivered an astounding performance that supported the notion that instruments are overrated and that the voice is the mother of all. Without a smidgeon of a doubt, the crowd favourite was Gary Evans, who was armed with a bass voice that could topple the hugest of mountains.

When Evans opened his mouth, it was as if he had an earthquake that measured 9.9 on the Richter scale trapped in his belly. Evan's voice shook the very foundations of the venue; patrons had to hold on to their chairs in order not to hit the deck. Additionally, the group was the epitome of harmony, as Nic Dunbar (baritone); Matt Nunally (high tenor) and Sean Samuel (second tenor) proved that their voices were worth their weight in gold. More

Posted by acapnews at November 17, 2003 10:39 PM


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