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Beres Hammond rocks Groovin in the Park 2016

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Beres Hammond rocks Groovin in the Park 2016

Beres Hammond rocks Groovin in the Park 2016

Beres Hammond rocks Groovin in the Park 2016

Queens, NY – Beres Hammond once again cemented his mark proving to reggae and music lovers around the world that he is indeed the legend of lover’s rock. The more than twenty thousand gathered at the Roy Wilkins Park, in Queens, New York for the recently concluded Groovin in the Park were mesmerized by the soulful singer.

Hits after hits, Beres Hammond could do no wrong as patrons were “grooving in the park” to classics such as One Dance, She Loves Me Now and countless others. The large crowd erupted when Beres asked Tessanne Chin who was in the audience to join him on stage for her version of his infectious hit, Step Aside Now.

During the hour-long set, Beres Hammond used his classic Rock Away to pay respects to reggae’s late great singers such as Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, John Holt and Gregory Isaacs.



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