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Beverley Ramsey-Moore: I'm hoping good sense prevails

Beverley Ramsey-Moore on the Morning Brew with Hema Ramkissoon. They discussed Republic Bank Exodus Steelband's decision to change their tune for the finals

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Comment by OSWALD GALLION on February 23, 2019 at 6:58am

Miguel, Skiffle did not change last year, it was "Hello" from the start. in the past, Solo Harmonites, Tokyo, Scherzando did it. Precedence was set, and it doesn't matter how many eons ago. Until rules are put in place, precedence must be the guide.

 At this moment Madam President is looking like the usual suspect, hearing some vindictiveness in this interview, she keeps harping on fact that the band has made the finals, so there is no reason to change the song. She says other bands are waiting to do the same thing should Exodus be allowed to change. Wonder from where did she got her info.  To me she seems to be saying 'I am in charge',  for she confesses that there is no rule prohibiting this move. I would have thought that the organization would have had records from way back.

Comment by Mercer Ramdoo on February 22, 2019 at 8:30pm

The only good sense is common sense. Let the band play. 

Comment by Miguel Reyes on February 22, 2019 at 8:14pm

But we all remember skiffle changed their tune after prelims

last year and emerged as a top band in the finals, if that was allowed 

then Exodus  you have my blessing , “ Cut De Grass” man

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