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Louisa Mark

On Sunday 13th December the worlds of both Reggae and Soul come together to pay tribute to the late, great Louisa Mark who sadly passed away on 15th of October 2009 whilst residing in the Gambia West Africa.

22 top acts from the genres of Lover’s Rock, Ska, Reggae and Soul will join forces to pay tribute the original queen of Lover’s Rock.

Louisa Mark cut her first single at the tender age of just 15. She recorded the monster hit ‘Caught You In a Lie’ which for many has become the soundtrack of their lives. Louisa further went onto to sing many other notable Lover’s Rock classics these being. ‘People In Love (Which she wrote) Six Street, keep it Like It Is, Even though your Gone and Hello There.

Dennis Bovell founder of the original Lovers Rock band Matumbi said ‘The passing of Louisa is a real loss to the reggae Industry. I look forward to paying my respects on the night’. Legendary record producer Clem Bushay who produced many of Louisa’s finest moments said. ‘A true Queen has gone to live amongst our ancestors. I hope that people will come out and show the Mark family and all those that followed Louisa’s music the best tribute we could ever give’

Louisa Mark is survived by her two loving children Simone and Shaun

Confirmed acts appearing on the night are as follows

Janet kay
Carroll Thompson
Peter Hunnigale
Sandra Cross
Don E
Dennis Al’ Capone
The Investigators
Paul Dawkins
Winston Reedy
plus a host of others

Celebrity guest compere’s will be making guest appearances. The singing performers will perform a medley tribute to Louisa’s songs. on the night

Showtime 8pm-12 midnight: after show dance in the venue with some of London’s top dj’s until 4am 

Doors 7pm

Tickets available throughout London from all the usual outlets from Saturday 21st November:

 Box Office Ticket Mania on 0208 555 0044

or click here

Legendary Reggae producer Clem Bushay who was Louisa Mark’s main producer and Dennis Bovell founding father of the lover’s Rock Genre  are available for press interviews

For press Tickets and further Press Info Please call 07985 523033 or 07930 204524

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