LocalNews Bouyon Champions WCK celebrating 25 years by: – January 26, 2012 54 Views no discussions Share Share Sharing is caring! Tweet Share WCK original logo, photo credit: dominicadevelopmentgroup.comBouyon Champions “WCK” band will celebrate its 25th year of existence this year.Windward Caribbean Kulture affectionately known as “WCK” which was formed in 1987 has been credited as the pioneers of bouyon music which originated in Dominica. The WCK band which is also based in Dominica has earned its place at the top ranks in the entertainment industry due to its unique blend of the islands traditional music and dances namely Belle, Quadrille, Jing Ping, Mazouk and Cadence calypso. This blend has been labeled “Bouyon” a genre they had credited for creating. WCK representative Jael Joseph highlighted the accomplishments of the band at the Dominica Festivals Committee’s weekly press conference on Wednesday.WCK representative, J.L Joseph“WCK or CK for short has managed to bring back the traditional sounds of Dominica through technological advancements and the use of state of the art musical instruments thus enhancing and revitalizing a sound once thought to be dormant.”According to Joseph the group hits include; “One more sway” in 1990 and recorded the second album “Culture shock”, “Forever”, “Volah Voleh”, “Conch Shell”, “To show to flam”, “Balance Battay”, “Hold dem”, “Super Band”. Joseph noted that the Band has to date “produced over nineteen albums all highly acclaimed and continues to capture the hearts of multiple generations of music lovers, not only Bouyon music, but with a diverse repertoire both live and at protection level”. The band has received several awards over the years and these include;• Best album, Culture Shock, Dominica Fame awards, 1991-1992• Dominica road march for “Conch Shell” 1993• Best participating band Festival de musica del Caribe in Columbia in 1994• Best Album “To show to flam” in Dominica fame awards 1995• Best album original “Hold dem” Dominica fame awards 1996• Song of the year Bouyon in St Lucia RCI 1996• Best album “Too many cooks” Dominica Fame awards in 1997Joseph says “now approaching its twenty-fifth anniversary, WCK is unanimously, with resilience going against the present norm of one hit wonders. The band intends to live up to its duty to satisfy the current fans and attract new ones”Dominica Vibes News
Goalkeeper Tremmel joined the Swans in 2011 from Red Bull Salzburg and has served as back up to Michel Vorm and Lukasz Fabianski during his time in South Wales, acting as starting keeper as the club won the Capital One Cup in 2013. Fellow goalkeeper David Cornell has also been released along with Rory Donnelly, Tom Atyeo, Corey Francis, Giancarlo Gallifuoco, Joseph Jones, Kurtis March, Gareth Owen, Scott Tancock and Curtis Obeng. “I’m sorry to go, but I’ve loved every minute of it,” Tate told the club’s official website. “It goes without saying that I’d like to thank everyone for making my time at Swansea so special – from the club, staff, players, supporters and the city as a whole. “I’m pleased to have helped the club go from strength to strength since that game against Hull way back in 2003.” He added: “There are probably a lot better footballers than me who have worn the Swans shirt over the years, but I’d like to think that there have been few who have tried harder. “The fans have been superb and I’ve found over the years that if they can see you giving 100 per cent then that’s good enough for them. “I’m leaving a fantastic club with my head held high – and I’ll always be proud of that.” Press Association Alan Tate and Gerhard Tremmel have been released by Swansea as boss Garry Monk attempts to build on the club’s highest ever Premier League finish. Defender Tate played a key role in the Swans’ rise through the divisions, including the game that secured their Football league status in 2003 while on loan from Manchester United. The 32-year-old signed permanently in 2004 and helped the Swans to promotions in 2005, 2008 and 2011 but has seen his role diminish in recent seasons, having loan spells at Leeds, Yeovil, Aberdeen and Crewe.
Simmons has been criticized by those within and outside the Philadelphia organization for not evolving his game to include long-range shooting, which continues to be his singular but glaring weakness.He played well against the Thunder following Brown’s public message, scoring 17 points, grabbing 15 boards and dishing eight assists. The effort kept him on an All-Star trajectory.But Simmons did not attempt a 3-pointer in Monday night’s game. Before the contest, Brown shouldered blame for the lack of jumpers by Simmons but did not provide a plan to correct course.”Evidently I have failed, and it’s something that we’re all mindful of, and this is one of these things that is never gonna go away,” Brown told reporters. “The attention this has received is remarkable. But I guess I helped fuel it, and I own it. I’ve got to help him find this, and most importantly, he has to help himself.”#Sixers coach Brett Brown responds to Ben Simmons not shooting a three-pointer per game after Brown suggested in a post-game press conference last month that he do so: pic.twitter.com/1tI2uExTRI— Keith Pompey (@PompeyOnSixers) January 6, 2020MORE: Bleakest NBA franchises Brett Brown has said on multiple occasions he wants Ben Simmons to shoot regularly from behind the arc. Simmons has attempted five 3-pointers this season.The apparent disconnect between the 76ers coach and skilled ball handler looms over an otherwise successful team. Philadelphia improved to 24-14 with its 120-113 win over the Thunder on Monday night.
It’s not out until 29 September, so EA Sports are teasing us with this trailer for FIFA 17.Three options are available for those of you who want to order the game ahead of its release date: Super Deluxe, Deluxe and Standard editions.Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez, Man United’s Anthony Martial, Marco Reus of Borussia Dortmund and Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard all feature in the ad as does the voice of Man United manager Jose Mourinho.It means there will be no Lionel Messi on the cover for the first time since 2012.Check out the FIFA gaming section on the talkSPORT YouTube channel here.