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Features/Entertainment Editor “A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle.” James Keller.
Possibly Jamie Thomas’ final post on Instagram, Jamie would succumb to a heart attack later that night, leaving all who knew him in shock and grief.
Jamie lived that Keller statement, being the proverbial candle that lit hundreds of lives in the 46 years he lived. And live he did.
Fans of the sweet, melodic sounds of legendary New Orleans vocalist Aaron Neville won’t have many opportunities to hear him live from now on.
In posts Thursday on his official website and via social media, Neville announced his official retirement from touring.
“I had the best childhood any child could ever ask for.”
The genuineness of those words from soca star Nailah Blackman shone through the phone screen like a determined ray of sunlight on a gloomy overcast Thursday afternoon, last week.
“My mother is a powerhouse and an empress.”
Those heartfelt words from calypso bassist Corey Wallace left Paris, France on Friday journeyed across the Atlantic Ocean and sweetly lands in the pages of this paper, for his mother Greta Eugene Wallace to read in the safety of her Tacarigua home this morning.