By Twana Douglas
Patrons young, old, able and disable all crammed into the national indoor sports centre to pay there respect to the man of the moment Beres Hammond.
With high anticipation from patrons, they arrived as early as for an event slated to start at . The tributes were paid to Mr. Hammond by musicians, friends and fans Mr. Hammond was elated with the love shown to him by his fans and with great joy gave the fans what was indeed, A Moment In Time. He had the crowed going with his selections of songs which includes ‘She loves Me Now’, ‘I’m In love with You’, ‘What One Dance Can Do’, ‘Tempted To Touch’ and ‘Double Trouble’ making the stage his temple which was complemented with dancers from Edna Manley school of art.
Mr. Hammond had a host of artist who did an exceptional job in showing there love and respect towards him artist such as U-Roy, Bob Andy, Big Youth, Freddy Mc Gregory and Young and up up-coming artist
The Moment had started and was getting better by the seconds. The stunning Marcia Griffiths with selections that kept the patrons on there toes also complemented
But the performance that had every one going was when Beres Hammond called on the man who was referred to that night as the BOSS non other than the one and only Buju Banton, with his energy combined with Mr. Hammond the experience was out of this world. With every lyric that they sang you could see it meant every thing to them, they live for the music. Seeing them perform gives the people hope, hope that there is still positive music that family can enjoy. Indeed this was a Moment in Time.