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South Florida Music Lovers: Courage Band Plays West Palm Beach on 31 August
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Posted by:Sep 14th 2003, 12:10:26 pm
Fig Tree News TeamLatest news:
Courage is now in the studio working on a "Dolphin Song" for the November 16th event with their producer Leroy "Baarbe" Romans. The expected release date for the song is October 15th, with their new album "Keep Hustlin" expected to be released with the premiere of the feature "Bahamas Hustle" [their acting debut]on November 15, 2003.
Posted by:Sep 13th 2003, 02:11:42 pm
nanabearThanks for the info-will check out the web site and try to get to Mia for the game.
Posted by:Sep 12th 2003, 10:55:33 am
KimberlyMore than 200 Junkanooers from all over the Bahamas will also be on the field, in costume, too ... and 34 members of Harbour Island's youth band are set to play as well! Stay tuned for more details ...
Posted by:Sep 12th 2003, 10:42:25 am
KristelAs an FYI - the half time show will not be televised - you must be there to see it. Half time lasts 15 mins and that time will be taken by the team getting off the field, the band getting on the field, the band playing, the band getting off the field and the team getting back on. Lots to do in 15 minutes! Courage band will not have much time to play but I hear they are writing a song specifically for the Dolphins. That's kind of cool! Thre will also be close to 200 junkanooers performing. It will be short - but it should be a good show!
Posted by:Sep 11th 2003, 09:04:59 pm
KimberlyHey, Toni ... Courage is next set to play at the halftime show at the Miami Dolphins game on 16 November. Have you been to the website, I'm pretty sure that Chang, Mandy and the team are keeping it up to date.

Posted by:Sep 11th 2003, 09:02:30 pm
nanabearCan't believe Courage band was so close and I didn't know it until it was too late (as a matter of fact I was browsing the forum at the exact time they were playing!!) Anyway, is there a site I can check to find out their schedule? Don't want to miss them again. Thanks
Posted by:Aug 29th 2003, 12:27:59 pm
KristelCourage Band is still on for 4:30 - The Caribbean Steel Drum Band will play at 2pm and Beres is scheduled to come on at 8:45. Maxi Priest has cancelled. Rumor has it some big CD recording studios will be there scouting the Courage Band - so bring your Bahamian flags and show your spirit.
Posted by:Aug 25th 2003, 01:37:50 pm
Fig Tree News TeamPlease forward to ALL of your music-loving friends in Florida:

The trendsetting Junkanoo-ska-reggae-Caribbean pop players of Courage Band [Harbour Island, Bahamas] will be performing live at the Meyer Ampitheater in West Palm Beach, Florida on Sunday August 31, 2003, opening for the legendary Beres Hammond, Maxi Priest, Marcia Griffiths and the Wailing Souls.

Tickets are $30, and doors open at 2:00p. Courage Band performs from 4:30 to 5:30 PM, so ..... PLEASE COME OUT AND SUPPORT COURAGE BAND, BRING YOUR FRIENDS AND YOUR BAHAMIAN FLAGS AND SHOW YOUR SUPPORT!!! Tickets are available at Ticketmaster and at the gate. For more information on this seminal Briland band, see

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