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Patrons party after Harvard Kaiso

Tuesday, February 5 2013

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Wayne "Doppy" Dopson performs one of his new songs as he launches his CD at the Harvard Club's calypso show last Friday....

Members of The Harvard Club took the advice and put on their dancing shoes and partied hearty after an abridged version of its kaiso show ended at the Club in St James last Friday night.

With some of the advertised participants in the kaiso segment missing in action, MC Kabir Hosein managed to get other members to get up and sing a verse and chorus of any calypso or soca song. This got patrons in the act and in the end it was Aaron Rocke who edged Tony Loregnard and Zaffa Khan for the prize.

Wayne “Doppy” Dopson, also a Club member but a professional calypsonian, launched his album on the night but not before well known jazz singer Patti Rogers was asked to grace the stage with her presence.

She obliged and did Lord Kitchener’s “Old Lady Walk A Mile And A Half”, after which Elliott “Duckington” McKell sang Yul Brynner’s (Lord Brynner) “The Devil Down Dey”, both backed by the Brass Institute, led by Anthony Woodruffe.

As it was an inclusive affair, guest Gilbert Corbie did a couple of old time calypsoes which had patrons readily singing along. Here are some highlights from the event.



She obliged and did Lord Kitchener’s “Old Lady Walk A Mile And A Half”, after which Elliott “Duckington” McKell sang Yul Brynner’s (Lord Brynner) “The Devil Down Dey”, both backed by the Brass Institute, led by Anthony Woodruffe.

As it was an inclusive affair, guest Gilbert Corbie did a couple of old time calypsoes which had patrons readily singing along. Here are some highlights from the event.

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