The Pompano Beach Cultural Center has a “Dyn-o-mite” night of comedy planned to celebrate Black History Month. The next Pompano Stand-up Live! features two iconic comedians, Jimmie “JJ” Walker and Michael Winslow. Walker, who gained fame on the hit show, Good Times and Winslow, who starred in the Police Academy films, teamed up a couple of years ago for a comedy special We Are Still Here, and now they are bringing their exciting routine to Pompano Beach. Join us on Saturday, February 21 at 8 pm for a night of laughs, drinks and good times! Tickets are $25 presale (through February 8), $30 GA and $70 for VIP, available at www.ccpompano.org. Jimmie Walker is also participating in a special interactive event, Live On The Set, on Friday, February 20 to explore the legacy of Black television.

CaribPR Wire, NEW YORK, NY,: Fresh on the heels ofthe stellar success of his‘Wareika Hill RastaMonk Vibrations,’ Jamaica’s world-renowned, Grammy-nominated international musician, Dr. Monty Alexander, CD, is bringing a Jamaican Christmas early to New York City.

MIAMI – Cox Media Group Miami (CMG) has announced that national hip hop recording artists and TV celebrities Trick Daddy and Trina are taking over mornings in South Florida on WEDR/99 JAMZ beginning January 6, 2020. 

St.Georges, Grenada (Sonique Solutions) – Former Grenadian Soca monarch and Road March Champion Boogie B is gearing up to create an impact during the highly anticipated Trinidad and Tobago 2020 Carnival season with his latest up-tempo offering entitled, ‘Big Long Thing’.

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