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Gospel Fest 2006

GOSPELFEST 2006 - STITCHIE


Congratulations to Stitchie, who was voted "Best Gospel DJ" in Jamaica. His "Real Power" release was also named "Best Album" in the "Best of Jamaica Index," 2000 (Gleaner)

. In addition to this, his recording received a rockin' review in the February issue of "Reggae Nucleus Magazine," (Bob Marley Day Program), where the writer stated that it is "Stitchie's best album to date!"

Stitchie before his performanc in Barbados mingled with the crowd and offered photo opportunities with his fans.

Stitchie at GospelFest 2006
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Stitchie has been an "International Man of Ministry" with his latest tour efforts. From sold our crowds in Canada, to performing with Fred Hammond in Port of Spain, Trinidad, Stitchie continues to mash up crowds with his dynamic stage show. In Europe, he performed in front of 15,000 patrons with Kirk Franklin and Mary Feller (from the group "Anointed"). This event was broadcasted live on "Premier Radio," the number one radio station in London.

The former Lieutenant has also been all over television recently, from "TBN," to Canada's "Much Music." In Jamaica, he was featured for two hours on "Reggae Sun TV," and was a special guest on the "Smile Jamaica" show, (TVJ), where he was interviewed and performed music from his hit album "Real Power." Furthermore, Stitchie has received significant air play on both secular and gospel shows throughout the world.

He is presently working on his ghetto ministry tour, where he brings a stage and sound into the roughest of neighborhoods and performs, ministering to people right where they are at. Raised in a ghetto in Spanish Town, Jamaica, it has always been Stitchie's desire to give something back to the community and offer hope to the multitudes struggling to survive during this economic crisis.

In between local shows in Jamaica, Stitchie is also working on two new music videos for his "Real Power" album. The videos will be for "Thank You For Today" and "Shopping."

More information on his videos and tours will be available at http://www.lionofzion.com

 
 
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