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I've been involved in music for more than three decades. From the mid seventies to the end of the eighties, was the leader / musical director of the band, Sound Revolution. Commenced solo career in 1990, soon becoming better known as "The Dollar Wine Man", following the release of my most popular song to date, "Dollar", usually referred to as "Dollar Wine". Wrote, produced several other reasonably popular songs over the years, including Shake It, Stay, What's In It For Me, Just This Once, Soca Congaline, Doh Wine and Do The Iwer, Butterfly, Shadow, Wave. Particularly proud of my two "pan tunes", Pan Is Mine and Real Pan Jumbie, with which I won the Pan Kaiso Monarch competitions in T&T for 2000 and 2001. After a few years of a self-imposed exile from the music industry, I'm currently in the process of completing a 13-song, wide spectrum album for release in early 2010. Interestingly, by way of other professional involvements, I am the current Chief Executive Officer of the Copyright Music Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago, having previously served as the CEO of the Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago and the Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation. Glad to be a member of the fraternity.
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