PROMOTER GETS 7 DAYS TO PAY BACKING BAND
Promoter Garwin Davis has 7 days to pay the Live Wyya band as their ongoing court battle unfolds.
Garwin, who has miss several court appearances including this morning, is being sued by the reggae band after he allegedly failed to pay them after their performance at the Ocho Rios Seafood Festival held on August 3 last year.
Everton Dewar, attorney at law representing the leader of the Live Wyya Band, Karl Edwards, gives us the details. (CLIP)
When Garwin Davis was contacted he told Music News that he was out of town and was unaware of the court appearance.
According to Karl Edwards, leader of the Live Wyya Band, Garwin Davis gave them a bounced cheque after their performance at the Ocho Rios Seafood Festival last year.
And speaking of the Ocho Rios Seafood Festival, the event is set to take place on emancipation day this year under new management. Music News understands that Garwin Davis has no affiliation with the event that is being organized by Top Band in association with Hill Connection.