SOUTH FLORIDA CARIBBEAN NEWS – Lady Saw (Marion Hall), the newly converted dancehall artist is set to perform at the One Love in the Park show slated for Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2016 at the Vincent Torres Park in Lauderdale Lakes.
This will be Lady Saw’s first South Florida performance since she shocked the dancehall world with her baptism in December.
The former dancehall artist, who has been known for her raw lyrics and R-rated onstage performances for decades, has vowed to put all of that behind her and sing for the Lord. Lady Saw will be joining headliner, veteran artist Leroy Sibbles, and a host of other performers for the 2nd annual show.
According to promoters, they had booked Lady Saw prior to her conversion, but kept her on the bill because they knew she would fit right in with her gospel music, especially with another gospel artist in the lineup. “This show will have something for everyone. It’s where reggae and R&B meet lover’s rock and gospel.”
Fans who are expecting to hear hits such as “Sycamore Tree” and “It’s Raining” will be disappointed, but will get to see and hear the other side of the artist, who has shed the stage name Lady Saw, and is going by her given name, Marion Hall. She is expected to show off her admirable vocals in this debut gospel performance.
The second staging of the premier South Florida Valentine’s Day concert, One Love in the Park promises to be bigger and better, riding on the success of last year’s show, which was well-attended and featured fan-favorites Sanchez and Wayne Wonder.