Little support for Frankie Paul; Michael Dawson speaks…

by May 19th, 2017

Michael Dawson, the man who staged a charity concert to raise funds for the purchase of a prosthetic leg for Frankie Paul says he is disheartened by the lack of support for our Jamaican stalwarts.

In October last year, the Whirlwind Entertainment CEO, staged a Frankie Paul charity concert at House of Dancehall in Kingston. Though the event was supported by Tristan Palmer, George Nooks, Lloyd Parks, Philip Frazer, and Little John; Dawson believes that the support could have been much greater. Michael Dawson is imploring the government to implement initiatives to take care of our musical greats.

Frankie Paul died at the University hospital of the West Indies on Thursday night after a battle with kidney disease.

He was 51.