From the very first chord struck by Tantrum Band, Wonder had Tracks and Records in his palms. Despite of his recent album release, he opted for a more nostalgic dancehall experience drawing for his slew of 90s hits, "JoyRide" "Saddest Day of My Life" "Searching" and "I Don't Know Why" among them. Whether it was with sweet lyrics for the ladies or the more rugged dj flow for his male audience, at some point or another every patron was singing along. Although the set lasted no longer than an hour, it was a classic example of Jamaican music at its prime.
For many it had been quite a while since they've seen the performer live. Tuesday night's performance was strong reminder of his significant contribution to one of our more revered eras. Beres Hammond, Tony Rebel, Anthony Red Rose and several members of the music fraternity were among the satisfied patrons at the end of the show.
The artiste is now in the process of promoting his new album "My Way"
Dancehall- reggae group T.O.K will perform at next week's staging of the series.