Bugle anticipates performance at Arthur Guinness Day Concert Image

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Guinness, the popular Irish stout and one of the most successful beer brands worldwide has been built on a legacy of music in Jamaica. Its strong connection with Jamaican music, dance hall in particular, has made it a staple brand for most music events. 

On Thursday, September 25, patrons can look forward to another staging of the Arthur Guinness Day Concert at the National Arena. The amazing line up of talented entertainers performing on the show, include Bugle, who shot to fame in 2007 with a DASECA produced track ‘What we Gonna Do’.

Bugle’s passion for dancehall and reggae music began  at an early age, while attending primary school. He, however, did not get his break until 2000 with the hit when he met dancehall royalty Elephant Man. A year later he shot to international stardom during his  ‘Good to Go’ Tour. It was during this time that he made appearances on BET’s 106 and Park and the 2002 MTV Awards in Japan. He has since added to his catalogue of hits, songs such as Pearly Gates, Don't Blame Life, Summa Time, Anything Goes, Doh feat. Serani, Who Feel It Knows and Supremacy (The Journey).

He is a self-acclaimed fan of the Arthur Guinness show and is looking forward to adding his brand of magic to an already impressive lineup. “I feel really good to be a part of the Arthur Guinness Day Concert this year. I see this event as one of the greatest shows held in Jamaica right now and I have been an avid supporter of the show every year,” said Bugle.

 “This show gives you room to express yourself, not only in terms of being on the stage and performing for a long period of time but it also gives you to the liberty to come up with ideas and then produce it. Patrons can definitely look forward to me performing new things, things I have never done before,” Bugle explained.

This year Guinness has promised to deliver another memorable experience with a line-up of some of Jamaica’s most successful dancehall artistes and entertainers. In addition to Bugle, Lady Saw, Assassin, Jah Cure, Mr Killa and Skinny Fabulous are also booked to perform.

Racquel Nevins, Brand Manager Guinness, is reminding patrons that while the Arthur Guinness Day Concert will deliver a unique music experience and an unforgettable live event, to enjoy the brand responsibly, in the right way, in the right amount and at the right age.

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