“Project Override and Sunday9 launches Fanfare Fridayz at La Casa de Ibiza”
The band Project Override, along with Sunday9 launched the new after work lime at La Casa de Ibiza on Tragrette Road, Port of Spain. The theme of the night ‘Fanfare Fridayz’ celebrated the official opening of the London Olympic Games 2012.
Jeremy Anil Mangalsingh the band leader of Project Override was elated to perform at La Casa de Ibiza. “The Olympics is a historical sporting event. For Project Override to be a part of the local celebrations is indeed a great opportunity!” Project Override was invited by event coordinator Paul Montano to perform at the launch of the event. “The guys were great! I really appreciated their support in this venture” stated Montano after Project Override’s performance.
Project Override’s drummer Nicholas Thomas who is an avid sportsman, was really pleased by the thought of celebrating the Olympics. “We need to do more events like this. We have more than a dozen athletes competing in this year’s Olympics and whatever we can do to give them that moral support, would help them go a long way.” Nicholas was glad to learn from Paul Montano that the event would continue every Friday during the course of the Olympic Games and beyond.
Lead vocalist of Sunday9 Damion Phagoo was very happy that Project Override invited them to showcase their talent at the launch of Fanfare Fridayz. “Its a party with a difference!” exclaimed Phagoo. He too was very happy that the support for our Olympic athletes was being well represented at La Casa de Ibiza. “I am sure when Richard Thompson places first in the 100m, everyone would be rushing here to celebrate.”
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