Jimmy london opened the show with a short set and retired early as the star of the show took the stage introduced by mc Daddy Ernie.
Errol Dunkley made two important statements when he touched The Bridge Park stage in London last week:Statement no.1 showing he is still one of the best dressed reggae artist in the bizz a fashion icon -Decked out in his striking Blue Suit with Hat to match and a smile that thrilled 80% female audience.
Statement no.2 The voice and the moves are on top form and he certainly knows how to entertain a hungry audience willing to eat the food of love.The hits from your love is amazing to peek a boo and the classic a little way different kept the karaoke singers well happy and Dr Hawkeye’s bar staff busy.
Errol being the showman he is paid tribute to his friends passed Gregory Isaac,Dennis Brown Sugar Minot and a great impersonation of child prodigy Delroy Wilson ;grabbing his trousers in hand and while he performed Dancing Mood just like the legend Delroy Wilson much to the delight of the crowd.
The Rum Punch crew once again making the Sunday night out a wonderful experience..short but sweet. Musical heatwave crew captured the moment..watch out for the show on musicalheatwave live…