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July 30, 2014
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Bugle lights up Sumfest's stage


Following up on his promise to deliver a workman-like performance that his fans will remember for a while, dancehall/reggae artiste Bugle was in fine form at the just concluded Reggae Sumfest festival.

Bugle, whose real name is Roy Thompson, performed a near half hour set on Dancehall Night. His performance is still one of the most talked about performances of the three day festival.

With songs including Nuh Compatible, Journeys, What I'm Gonna Do (Exercise Everyday), Infidelity and Anointed, Bugle commanded the Reggae Sumfest stage like the true professional he is.

"Reggae Sumfest was great as always. It's nice to know that, on a show like Sumfest, your name can be mentioned each time there is talk about the best performances of dancehall night," Bugle said in a media release. It was his fourth time performing at the Montego Bay event.

Following his Reggae Sumfest performance, Bugle made his presence felt at several events and shows across the island. Among his most recent performances were the finals of the JCDC festival song competiton and Portland Fest.

At the JCDC event, Bugle ignited the stage with his growing repertoire of hits and held a command-like performance which saw fans cheering and singing along. A similar occurrence took place at the Portland Fest event in Port Antonio, Portland.

Prior to heading to the United States in a few weeks, Bugle has to fulfill performance obligations in St Ann (August 1), Negril (August 6) and St Elizabeth (August 16).

Bugle recently released his debut album Anointed.

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