Only through exploring and appreciating the journey of calypso music can the modern incarnation of the genre be truly appreciated, says two-time National Calypso Monarch Chuck Gordon.
Chucky (Roderick Gordon) dives head-first into that self-exploration with his portrayal of the Siparia Kid in the second coming of Rawle Gibbons’ critically acclaimed 1991 calypso musical, Sing De Chorus
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SUBSCRIBE/ LOG IN Set in the 1930s, the Canboulay Productions showcase opened to large audiences last week at Central Bank Auditorium, Port of Spain. It tells the story of a young calypso hopeful thrust into the limelight of the golden age of the genre when King Radio (Norman Span), Roaring Lion (Rafael de Leon) and Attila the Hun (Raymond Quevedo) ruled the calypso roost