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He cried at the funeral of popular journalist Rolph Warner and now Minister of Community Development Winston Peters (Gypsy) will be one of the headline acts billed to perform at a musical tribute being held in memory of Warner at De Nu Pub (The Mas Camp), Woodbrook, on Wednesday at 8.30 pm.
Warner, who worked at a number of newspapers, including the T&T Guardian, was well-respected by his peers and within the nation’s artistic fraternity.
Music and journalism being his first loves, Warner also loved sports and actually played football for his alma mater Queen’s Royal College.
It was while playing a football game for his former college at the Queen’s Park Oval he collapsed and succumbed to a massive heart attack.
Warner’s life was celebrated at a funeral ceremony, held at Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya.
He will be remembered when Prazim Productions, in collaboration with Tuco, hosts Remembering Rolph Warner with performances by Gypsy, SuperBlue, Rikki Jai, Singing Sandra, Denyse Plummer, Duane O’Connor, Elsworth James, Arthur Marcial, KV Charles, Garth St Clair and many more.
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