GULLIMUSIC PRESENTS

590 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432 

( THE FIRST ANNUAL )

MUSIC-FESTIVAL

-MIZNER PARK AMPHITHERATER - BOCA RATON, FLORIDA-

SATURDAY JULY 25TH, 2020

WORLD RHYTHM FEST

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This event is dedicated to cultural, educational and spiritual uplifting of people from all nationalities. One major objective is to bridge the cultural gap between all ethnic cultures groups.

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Paul Campbell, the renowned Jamaican actor and previous manager of Couples Resort in Ochos Rios, Jamaica, formed the group

GULLIBANQUE in Kingston, Jamaica in 1988.  With Chris, Richard, Courtland White and the addition of Merle Gayle in 1992, GULLIBANQUE has established a distinguishable reputation that is international in scope. With the inspiration of the Honorable Robert Nesta (Bob) Marley, With a solid foundation of achievements such as: JAMI awards for Best Female Vocalist, Martins International Reggae/World Beat Awards (IRAWMA) for Best Band Best Female Vocalist and Best Bass Player,

Gullibanque has proved that with their positive vibe, skillful artistry and powerful messages they are definitely mainstays in the reggae music industry. GULLIBANQUE continues to spread their musical talent in Jamaica, Chicago and around the world.  Reggae fans hail GULLIBANQUE to be one of the hottest Reggae groups in Jamaica today.

Sheila E is an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer and actress. She is best known for her work as a solo artist but she was also a percussionist and singer for The George Duke Band prior. She is the daughter of Pete Escovedo, whom she performs with often, and is also related to Alejandro Escovedo, Coke Escovedo, Nicole Richie, and Tito Puente. Sheila made her musical debut with Alphonso Johnson on the single “Yesterday’s Dream”. She went on to play with artists such as Marvin Gaye, Lionel Richie, George Duke, Diana Ross, and more before joining The George Duke Band, which she released four albums with. Sheila also recorded with Prince for “Purple Rain” and provided vocals to “Let’s Go Crazy” and “Erotic City”. She then released her debut solo album, “The Glamorous Life” which peaked at number 28 on the US Billboard charts and reached RIAA certified gold. Since then, she has released seven more solo albums with her most popular being “Romance 1600”, “Sheila E.” and “Sex Cymbal”. Some of her most popular singles include, “The Glamorous Life”, “The Belle of St. Mark”, “Sister Fate”, “A Love Bizarre”, “Hold Me”, “Sex Cymbal” and “Droppin’ Like Flies”..

Paul Campbell, the renowned Jamaican actor and previous manager of Couples Resort in Ochos Rios, Jamaica, formed the group

GULLIBANQUE in Kingston, Jamaica in 1988.  With Chris, Richard, Courtland White and the addition of Merle Gayle in 1992, GULLIBANQUE has established a distinguishable reputation that is international in scope. With the inspiration of the Honorable Robert Nesta (Bob) Marley, With a solid foundation of achievements such as: JAMI awards for Best Female Vocalist, Martins International Reggae/World Beat Awards (IRAWMA) for Best Band Best Female Vocalist and Best Bass Player,

Gullibanque has proved that with their positive vibe, skillful artistry and powerful messages they are definitely mainstays in the reggae music industry. GULLIBANQUE continues to spread their musical talent in Jamaica, Chicago and around the world.  Reggae fans hail GULLIBANQUE to be one of the hottest Reggae groups in Jamaica today.