Artefacts available for viewing inside the Peter Tosh Museum. was someone who spoke from the heart. He was a great poet, a great writer, and a really creative individual.”
Chairman of Pulse Investments Limited (one half of the organisers of the initiative) Kingsley Cooper told guests that although the idea of the Peter Tosh Museum was recently made public, it had been years in the making and he was happy that the plans have finally been made tangible and he is especially happy that the museum opened on the day Tosh would have celebrated his 72nd birthday.
“This evening marks the opening of the Peter Tosh
Museum, an institution that has been long in the making, but will be an institution for the ages,” he said.
“This museum will be something that recognises the qualities of Peter Tosh and what made him special. He was uncompromising, someone who was prepared to die for what he believed in. He was a man of great talent, one deserving of honour and respect.”
Following the formalities, the Peter Tosh Museum opened its doors for the first time and guests bundled at the entrance, ready to cement their place in history as the first guests to tour the Peter Tosh Museum.
The museum will be open to the public in the coming weeks.
SFC Crew Promotion, in association with Charmaine and Soupy, present Bubble Gal A Bubble, luncheon and after-party at Echo Night Club, Portland. Menu: oxtail, curried goat, cow head, tripe and bean, fried and barbequed chicken, escovitched and steamed fish and stewed pork. $700 for oxtail and fish, $500 for other meals.
Handel and Horn present Uppa Level at Vinny Sampson place, Cheapside. Featuring Energy Zone.
Rae Town Jamboree at Rae Town football field. Featuring Gully Bop, Turbulence, Baby Trish, Stacious, and many others. All proceeds go towards the Paradise Street Basic School.