As dusk fell over Imperial Wharf, YolanDa Brown started to play and a whole new crowd came in. She's a multi MOBO (Music Of Black Origin) award winner;
With an array of Saxophones and a radio mike, Yolanda filled the Wharf with her sound and a couple of times came out into the crowd as she played too.
Exciting stuff; if perhaps just a bit too smooth for me. The crowd loved her. And I mean they loved her.
There'd been plenty of dancing during the day;
But by nightfall it was time for some real dancing.
It was time for Salsa;
I definitely couldn't get them all in, there really are twenty of them; the famed Roberto Plas and his twenty piece orchestra.
This is the maestro himself on drums;
Leading his orchestra and singers from the front, it's very Latin;
Every so often he would be shouting, cajoling, pointing or poking with a drumstick;
Amazing sounds, absolutely amazing rhythms, did I mention there was dancing!
And suddenly it was all over. the end of a fabulous day.
Thank you Sharon for being there, for Manju and Girdeep and for all the boiled eggs and tuna salad sandwiches too!
(a don't stop till you drop production)
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And then I had this picture which I wasn't going to use because it didn't come out good (on my old pawn shop camera) but then I decided to use it any way.
It's YolanDa Brown's backing singers;