Bahamian World Performer D-MAC to perform in South Florida: South Florida Caribbean News
FORT LAUDERDALE – Local Bahamian Entertainment Company, Conch Pearl Entertainment 242, promises to bring “The Authentic Soul of the Bahamas” to South Florida, with their presentation of “An Intimate Evening” with Bahamian world stage artist D-Mac on Saturday, January 27.
D-Mac’s performance, which will take place at “Joys” in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, will be another major event in a series of events launched by Conch Pearl Entertainment. Last November, they featured Bahamian recording artist Lady E at a post Thanksgiving concert.
D-Mac is an award-winning artist who has won two Cacique Award from the Bahamas Department of Tourism – The Audience Award for Gaulin Song and Best Songwriter. In addition, DMac also won the best artist award at the top “Icon” awards in the Bahamas.
Known for his energetic music with a variety of beats, including many songs with the Bahamian sound “Rake n Scrape”, D-Mac is also a songwriter and former producer. His long line of hits includes “Dog Don’t Bark at Parked Cars”; “Da Gaulin Song”: “Rock You All Night” and “The Boat Man”.
The well-traveled artist has made appearances all over the world, including Trinidad, Canada, Zimbabwe and the United States, and has been quoted as saying that it is his mission, “to represent the Bahamas by exposing the world to infectious rhythms and indigenous stories of the Bahamas and the Bahamian way of life.
Saturday night’s Conch Pearl event will also feature the sounds of Ira Storr and The Spank Band and a special treatment of a Junkanoo rush with the band Junkanoo Entertainers.
Tickets are on sale now at Joy’s Roti Delight 1205 NW 40th Ave., Lauderhill, FL; Bahamian Reef Seafood Restaurant 7836 NW 44th Street Sunrise FL; Finley’s Bahamian Restaurant, 2710 W Atlantic Blvd., Tamarac and Bahamian Connection Grill, 4490 NW 2nd Ave, Miami.