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June 25, 2014
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Beres Hammond for Groovin' In The Park

Beres Hammond

Lovers rock king Beres Hammond, who has delivered many spectacular performances during his more than40 years in the music industry, is excited about his upcoming performance at Groovin' In The Park in New York onSundayat Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, N.Y.

Hammond will join Australian pop duo Air Supply, Chronixx and reggae quartet LUST as headline performers.

"I am very happy and very fortunate to be a part of such a wonderful movement," he told Groovin' radio (WVIP FM) listeners in the Tri-state area last week.

Also slated to perform is 'Reggae Queen' Marcia Griffiths who will celebrate her 50th anniversary in the music industry with friends John Holt, Judy Mowatt, Bob Andy and Tony Gregory.

"She is truly blessed" Hammond gushed about Marcia. "We have to celebrate with her. She is one of the special ones that I was afforded the opportunity to meet through the years. I can tell you it is a moment of joy to be around her. She lets me laugh all the time."

Hammond's stellar career was launched in the 70s with the release of One Step Ahead, a blockbuster single which stayed at number one on the charts for 14 weeks. In the 80s he cemented his name with the smash Tempted To Touchand several subsequent hits.

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