Stevie Face is back
Stevie Face is ready to make a big impact on the reggae music scene once again.
For the past two years, the St Thomas-born singer has been on a musical hiatus while he focused on building his Advanced Service Station and Advanced Alignment businesses.
Now that both entities are on solid footing, the enterprising entertainer, who is known for hits such as Tell It Like It Is and Coming Home for Love, is ready to pick up where he left off.
"I've taken a fair amount of time to work on my entrepreneurial ventures and now it's time to resume my career. I'm ready to focus on my music full time again and give my fans the attention they deserve," said Stevie Face.
Stevie Face is booked to perform at the St Thomas Reunion Retro Party, which is scheduled to be held at the Jamaica Canadian Center on October 15 in Toronto, Canada.
"It's been a while since my last performance in Canada and I want all my fans to come out for this event. I'm going to deliver an extra-special performance for them," he said.
Stevie Face is currently working on a number of new projects, including an album, which is slated to be released in 2017.