‘To God be the Glory’ gospel concert described as ‘impressive’

inister Marion Hall performing at the gospel concert.
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(Press Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister)

BASSETERRE, ST. Kitts -– The “To God be the Glory” gospel concert has been described as impressive by Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris. He congratulated the artistes and entertainers from home and abroad for what was a memorable experience.

Popular Jamaican performer, Minister Marion Hall headlined the Nov. 25 event, which was the largest concert ever to be staged in Tabernacle, was described by Prime Minister Harris as “a gift” to the people of St. Kitts and Nevis. The Prime Minister is celebrating 25 years as the distinguished Parliamentary Representative for the people of Constituency #7 and a beloved son of the soil.

Dr. Harris has, on several occasions, credited his success over the last 25 years to the love and support of the people, as well as the will of God.

The “To God be the Glory” concert drew persons from all walks of life to the grounds of the Edgar T. Morris Primary School, as patrons from the length and breadth of St. Kitts and Nevis came out to socialize and enjoy the best of gospel music and songs.

Like the domestic acts, such as Mrs. Shirley Williams, Ms. Dawn Williams and Nyquan Nisbett, Minister Marion Hall gave an excellent account of herself, as she performed a number of gospel hits much to the delight of the crowd.

At the end of the night, patrons were heard using words such as “lovely, unbelievable, great, and fantastic,” when asked for feedback on the concert.

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