The Reggae Gentlemen, Stephen Souza will have a Monster March as the artist will hit the studio to record new material, and will perform in Miami and New York.
Currently enjoying strong radio and fan support from radio stations as far away as South Africa and as close to home as New Jersey, Stephen, as well as his signature Lover’s Rock sound, is increasing in traction. This increase has led to more demand for music as well as stage show appearances.
This performance is extra special to Stephen as the reunion is being held in honor of Kirk ‘Freddie’ Barrow as well as being a fundraiser for the MHS Penn Relay Team. The event, sponsored in part by Grace Kennedy Foods and MC’d by Gerry McD from Palav (RJR 94 FM in Jamaica) is attended by distinguished guests in South Florida in addition to MHS alumni.
Of this performance Stephen says “I’m really excited for this show as Paul and Patrick Roach in addition to being my childhood friends, they were the ones who encouraged me to join Phase II Band. We haven’t performed together in more than 30 years, so I can’t wait!”
March 9th, Stephen returns to New York to perform at New York University for Maxine Greaves annual Winter Affair at the Rochdale Village Community Centre (169-65 137th Avenue – Jamaica, New York – 11434) which is one of the most attended events on New York’s Caribbean Dancehall calendar.
In addition to the above performances, Stephen will be in studio recording new material to be released as singles.
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