Future Sports Club can expect another windfall from one of their players after this weekend because the player happens to be a star DJ putting on another big reggae show.
Midfielder Cachas ‘Supa C’ Stewart has brought reggae crooner Terry Linen over for a Valentine concert at Mango Tree on Friday.
The show will make enough profits to boost Future’s coffers and put a big smile on the face of technical director Roy ‘Huta’ Ebanks.
Stewart brought over reggae star John Holt in November, again at Mango Tree, and he was able to give Future a considerable. The West Bay club is not as successful as neighbours Elite and Scholars International and as a result does not attract as much revenue. Although Future can expect another windfall, it will not be as much this time round. Tickets are only $15 pre-sold and $20 at the gate.
Nevertheless, Terry Linen is rocking in Jamaica and around the Caribbean with such hits as No Time To Linger and a cover of Whitney Houston’s My Love Is Your Love.
Mango Tree was packed for the Holt concert and Stewart hopes for a repeat, hoping that the raffle prizes will be an extra draw.
They include a hotel getaway for two, a DVD player and dinner for two at the Mango Tree restaurant. Local artists appearing include Andrea Rivera and Ivor Jones.
Stewart said: “This is a night for romantic couples and people into lover’s rock. There will be free champagne for ladies and great prizes. The night starts at 8pm, the local acts are on at 10pm and Terry Linen will be on from midnight.”