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All Rounder to share Garlic Sauce this Easter in Tobago

Tobagonians and visitors to the island are in for a big treat on the Easter weekend when the most entertaining calypsonian on the planet, All Rounder splashes down in Tobago to perform at the popular Mid Point Bar Canaan (formerly Green Light) on Easter Saturday night.

With thousands of Trinidadians and foreign visitors expected to converge on the island for the long Easter weekend, the Tobago African Union will be featuring the veteran calypsonian in a mega performance.

All Rounder has hit a rich vein of form over the last few years with his own style of double entendre songs; last years his 'Body Wine' calypso became a monster hit and took him to performances across the globe. He was a finalist in the 2011 Groovy Soca Monarch competition.

This year All Rounder who comes out of the culturally rich Laventille community has again hit the big times with another runaway hit entitled 'Garlic Sauce'. He is ably assisted in his performance by his two daughters Lady Wonder and Shirlaine Hendrickson. Both daughters are performers in their own rights being former multi-times National Calypso Queens.

The Easter Saturday night event is expected to feature former National Road March Marvin Lewis.

He is expected to perform his 1996 monster it 'Moving to the Left, Moving to the Right'.

Meanwhile the event is also expected to feature a Back In Times dance with 105 FM's Chris 'The President' Boynes and Radio Tambrin's 'The Marathon Man'.

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