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Legendary DJs stir up nostalgic memories on New Year’s night
The legends of sound came out in all their glory on New Year’s night, and party lovers had their fill and then some on board the Coral Vision ocean liner, owned by soca Boss, Neil Iwer George. The Home Grown Entertainment promoted event was touted as “the” event for real music lovers who remembered partying to veteran DJs, King Papa Rocky, Starchild, Dr Hyde, Teddy Mohammed, Howie Tee and Ishmael The Demolition Man. From as early as 6 pm, the lines outside the Cruise Ship complex were long, as the eager fans of the veteran sound men stood waiting to step on board the double-decker boat. A late boarding start left many a bit agitated, as even with much advertisement of a prompt 7 pm sailing, the boat did not depart until after 8 pm.
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