PELHAM GODDARD IN THE KAISO KAFE!

Ace Musican Pelham Goddard joins Short Pants in the KAISO KAFE from 2:00 pm, this Sunday.

Described as one of the 50 most influential people in Trinidad & Tobago, since Independence, Pelham Goddard says things really got going for him 1972. Over the next 40 years, he would go on to win more Road March titles than anyone else, and work with some of the best and brightest in our local music industry. Find out more about this legendary composer, arranger and producer, from 2 this afternoon on the KAISO KAFE.

And from 4 this afternoon, the KAISO KAFE embarks on a special tribute to Gaston Nunes, the Lord Smiley.

Smiley will best be remembered for his classics “What is Wrong with the Negro Man” and “Snake is a Creature”, both of which made it to TUCO’s Top 200 Calypsoes of the 20th Century. Expect to hear those hits from the 1970s, as well as this one, on the show today…

The KAISO KAFE celebrates two of great ones today: Pelham Goddard and Gaston Nunes, the Lord Smiley. Kaiso stalwarts and TALK CITY 91.1 FM fans can enjoy all their hits and classics, when KAFE host, Short Pants, sits in the captain’s chair this afternoon… Don’t miss a minute of it!

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