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Rosie's Homestyle Barkery

Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

Welcome to Rosie's Homestyle Barkery, we service Tobago with cake, pastries, bread, and also we do breakfast every morning in crown points Tobago, do visit or call us to Order.

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Abraham Taxi Service

Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

Abraham Taxi service provide Airport pickup, Port pickup, private pickup and so much more when you call Abraham Taxi service in Tobago. Tel: (868) 303-4180

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Everything Beach. TT

Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

Welcome to everything Beach. tt, where Happiness Comes in waves on the beautiful beaches in the island of Tobago,' High Tides Good Vibes', Summer Loading get the best swimwears and so much more when you visit us online, Tobago Based in Crown point call to Orders.

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Price Taxi Service

Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

Price Taxi service is here for your Holiday needs in Tobago from land tours, Hotel pickup, Airport, Port pickup, weddings and lot's more offered at Price Taxi Service Tobago wi. Location: Betsy's Hope main road, Tobago Email: kazzprice@gmail.com Tel: (868) 773-3965 whatsapp

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Unlimited color Shop

Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

Welcome to Unlimited color shop, We sell auto paints and accessories and provide professional color matching services for all types of materials, dropping for a visit.

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FROSTY'S AC and Appliances Repairs

Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

Welcome to Frosty's AC and appliances Repairs, we repair, and services items such as fridges, stoves, washers, dryers, AC units, etc by Frosty's experienced repair personnel of Frosty's Tobago.

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Moriah Ole Time Wedding

Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

Designed to highlight the European influence on Tobagonians, the Moriah Ole Time Wedding is actually a re-enactment of what weddings on our island were once like. Ask any village elder and they will tell you that conventional invitations are merely an insult to the memory of the "free for all" real Tobago weddings once were. Watch them gleefully reminisce about watching or being a part of the winding procession making its way through Kitty Bamboo Gully all the way up to Lincoln Gap. Now merely a show, the Moriah Ole Time Wedding attracts hundreds of spectators each year and can be easily called the trade-mark event of the Tobago Heritage Festival. The men are outfitted in black stovepipe/top hats, black and white three piece suits (inclusive of mandatory scissor tail coats), bow ties, white gloves and umbrellas to shade their female partners of course. However, if you think the men are a sight to behold, the women are just as or even more "gussied up". The women wear bustle dresses, wide-brimmed hats colourfully adorned with flowers and as much jewellery as possible. Activities for the wedding begin on Friday with the Bachelor Night which includes Tambrin music, traditional dancing, food and drinks. On Saturday, the actual wedding day, the village showcases the Bridal Affair which is intended to demonstrate the stages of preparation the bride goes through. This is followed by the Wedding, the trek to the reception ground and a show. Generally, the event is quite cheerful since both bride and groom are usually heckled throughout the ceremony by family members of either spouse or by a jilted lover perhaps. To the sounds of fiddles and Tambrins, everyone "walking de wedding" dances the "Brush Back" as they make their way from the church to the streets. Cultural entertainment, food and drinks help to round up the afternoon at the reception ground but no wedding is complete without speeches. The audience listens attentively to speeches that are sure to leave you in stitches. In true Tobago style, "come leh we go" for there is no other experience quite like the Moriah Ole Time Wedding

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Tobago Bio's

Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

Calypso Rose is a living legend and icon in the calypso world, having taken the art form to every continent, while opening the door for other women to follow. Born MacCatha Lewis (after General Douglas MacArthur), Calypso Rose began performing in her native Tobago when she was 15. Rose won the Calypso Queen competition five years in a row, while also trying to compete in the male-only Calypso King contest. In 1978, Rose captured calypso's premiere title with "I Thank Thee" and "Her Majesty", breaking down the gender barrier, causing the title to be renamed the Calypso Monarch. Rose also became the first woman to capture the coveted Road March title, an honour she held for 21 years, until Sanell Dempster captured the championship on the road with "River". In 1978, by order of the Queen of England, Rose received the Medal of Merit from the Trinidad and Tobago Government. Shurwayne Winchester Born and raised on the smaller of the twin island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Caribbean soca artiste, Shurwayne Winchester brings variety and exclusivity to the musical genre that continues to grow both regionally and internationally. Shurwayne's journey to stardom began at a very tender after, while still in the care of his parents on the island of Tobago.At the age of 12, he entered the competition arena, consistently making yearly contributions that impressed and propelled him to advanced stages. His ability to both pen lyrics he loved and sing them in tones far beyond what was expected of his age, gave him the fortitude to compete against some of the best in the industry. Throughout his career he has gathered experience and obtained the required understanding of the music business through his affiliations with a number of bands, most notably, that of Caribbean Traffic Jam, of which he quickly became frontline singer. Within his tenure with the band, Winchester achieved numerous monarch and Road March titles. In 2004, having already make a name for himself as a crooner for the ladies with tracks such as "Baby Love,' and "Under My Spell," Shurwayne moved to gather the masses with the road tune, "The Band Coming," copping the title of road March King for that year, much to the satisfaction of his fans. In 2005, with memories of what his achievement afforded in 2004, he did it yet again with the infectiously up-tempo track, "Dead or Alive," accomplishing that which many in the industry only dream of. Inspired by the possibilities the lie ahead, the young man whose stage performance propels thousands of hysterical fans from North America and the Caribbean across the Atlantic, to Europe and India, into an effortless frenzy of excited abandon, continues to break musical barriers, and in late 2008, this was again proven when he formed his very own band, Y.O.U.- Yes One Unit. Mighty Shadow Winston Bailey (born October 2, 1941), better known by his stage name The Mighty Shadow or Shadow, is a calypsonian from Trinidad and Tobago. Bailey was born in Belmont, a suburb of Port of Spain in Trinidad, but grew up in Les Coteaux, Tobago with his grandparents.He began to sing at a very early age and he wanted to be a singer although his grandfather told him he must be a lawyer. He won the Road March in 1974 and 2001 with "Bassman" and "Stranger" respectively. He won the Calypso Monarch in 2000 with "What's Wrong With Me" and "Scratch Meh Back." Shadow is also known for his unique dance in which he jumped to the tempo of his music in "skip-rope style" with both feet in the air at the same time. He won the Trinidad & Tobago Humming Bird Medal (Silver) in 2003. He was the first to win both the International Soca Monarch and the Trinidad Road March competitions simultaneously, a feat he accomplished in 2001 with his song "Stranger Mighty Shadow P.O Box 1068 100 Alfred Crescent Bon Accord Intergrated Development Bon Accord Tobago, W.I. divakay2007@hotmail.com PERFORMANCE HISTORY 2009 Jazz in the Pan Yard - RBTT Redemption Panyard - Bethel Tobago 2008 Kay Alleyne Victory Concert – Quuens Hall, St. Ann's, Trinidad 2008 Caribbean Gospel meets American Gospel Featuring Pastor Shirley Ceaser, Pastor Juanita Bynum, and Yolanda Adams – Madison Square Garden – New York City, New York 2008 Mother's Day Concert Featuring Lionel Ritchie and Brian McKnight Queens Park Oval, Woodbrook, P.O.S. Trinidad 2007 Miss Big, Bold & Beautiful Caribbean Crownen Queen – Antigua 2007 Digicel Rising Stars Trinidad & Tobago Winner – P.O.S. Trinidad 2006 Greatest Love Mother's Day Concert Featuring Maxi Priest, Regina Belle, Atlantic Star, and Harold Melvin and The Bluenotes – Jean Pierre Complex, Trinidad 2006 Plymouth Jazz Festival Featuring Elton John – Plymouth, Tobago 2006 JCarifesta IX - Tobago ,W.I. 2005 Plymouth Jazz Festival Featuring Diana Ross, Vanessa Williams – Plymouth, Tobago 2005 Full Gospel Festival Champion – San Fernando, Trinidad 2005 Freddie Jackson Featuring The Temptations – Queens park Savannah , P.O.S. Trinidad 2004 Mother's Day Concert Featuring BOYZllMEN and Melba Moore – Pier II, West Trinidad 2004 Kay Alleyne Gospel Concert – Aruba 2004 Gourmet Jazz Festival Featuring Stevie Wonder, Natalie Cole, Ojays - Plymouth, Tobago 2002 Bi-Annual National Music Festival – Trinidad, W.I. 2000 Yolanda Adams Concert – Center Of Excellence, Macoya, Trinidad Awards 2008 Award for Best Original Composition "Lord I Will Lift You Up" 2007 Miss Big, Bold, and Beautiful Caribbean Overall Winner CROWNED QUEEN Antigua 2007 Digicel Rising Stars T&T Winner Trinidad & Tobago 2007 World Championship of Performing Arts 1 Overall Industry Award 2 Gold Medals 1 Silver Medal 1 Champion of the World Placque Hollywood, California U.S.A. 2006 World Championship of Performing Arts 1 Overall Industry Award 2 Gold Medals 2 Champion of the World Placque Hollywood, California U.S.A. 2002 Bi-Annual National Music Festival Overall Champion Trinidad & Tobago Hollywood, California U.S.A. 1999 Bi-Annual National Music Festival Merle De Coteau Albino Award Best Junior Vocalist – Trinidad & Tobago 1999 Bi-Annual National Music Festival Gene Abdool Memorial Award Most Outstanding Vocalist – Trinidad & Tobago 1996 National Music Festival Second Place Award

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