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April 23, 2014
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Beres Hammond, Air Supply to headline NY concert

Beres Hammond

Reggae's hit machine, Beres Hammond, will join Australian soft pop-duo Air Supply as headline acts at the annual Groovin'In The ParkConcert at Roy Wilkins Park, Queens, NY, onSunday, June 29, 2014.

Hammond, who ignited New York City with musical flames when he last appearedon Groovin' Concert in 2012, is expected to again have his way with music lovers when he belts out favourites such as Rockaway, What OneDance Can Do, She Loves MeNow, Double Trouble and Putting Up Resistance.

Whenever pop duo Air Supply is mentioned, it is always in superlatives, A-list tones. In 2011, they mesmerised music fans at the annual Jamaica Jazz & Blues festival and left music lovers begging for more.

"We are excited about signing the group to perform in Roy Wilkins Park for the very first time," an elated Andrea Bullens,co-producer and executive of Groovin' Inc, said.

After being signed by music mogul Clive Davis to Arista Records in the mid 80s, Air Supply went on to score eight top-10 hits in the United States, including Making Love Out Of Nothing At All, Good Bye and Lost In Love, which was named Song of the Year in 1980.

Hammond and Air Supply will be joined by Chronixx, Reggae Queen Marcia Griffiths and her friends John Holt, Judy Mowatt and Bob Andy.

Log on towww.groovininthepark.comfor concert information.

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