Wesrok pleased with return of Stars ‘R’ Us
Country reggae artiste and promoter Wesrok is pleased with the results of the recent staging of Stars 'R' Us at the Ranny Williams Centre on Hope Road.
"Basically, this is my first-ever live show production showcase and it was a huge success. The show started on time and we had a decent turnout given that there were so many other events on that night. The event showed that there still remains a market for events of this cadre because of the impact great stars like Ken Boothe, Leroy Sibbles and others had on these patrons," an enthused Wesrok said.
Wesrok teamed up with Marvin 'Horseman' Pitterson - the original promoter of Stars 'R' Us - to bring the 20-year-old event to life. It was the first time the show was being held since 2020.
"It was great that even Beres Hammond and Richie Stephens were patrons at the event and this appeal is why I will be doing more shows in the future. I want to do a show to bring young and old people together in a mood of love," Wesrok said.
The line-up of this first vintage show in three years featured Ken Boothe, Big Youth, Johnny Clarke, Gem Myers, Leroy Sibbles, George Nooks and Dennis Walks. Wesrok also performed on the event doing songs like Born as a Star, She Believes in Me and If Tomorrow Never Comes.