Robert Burchell will be performing on Christmas Day at the GT Taylor Christmas Extravaganza in Jamaica. What better way, can an artiste whose career only just got started at the beginning of the year 2014, to to bring it to a close, than that of a live performance on one of the most highly anticipated, annual events in Jamaica?
Robert Burchell, the Jamaican musician of 25 years turned artiste and entrepreneur founder of Burchell Upholstery/Mountain Top Villas, answered that question as well as prove that whatever the mind conceive it will achieve when he landed another major live performance in his 11 month old career on GT Taylor Christmas Extravaganza which will be held on December 25 in St. Elizabeth Jamaica.
Robert Burchell’s singing career got under way January 2014. Since, he has graced the stage of the 22nd African Caribbean International Festival of Life (IFOL) in Chicago which saluted the independent countries of Africa, the Caribbean, Central America, South America and Mexico with the center piece July 4th Carnival of Nations. He has also met audiences of various demographic across Jamaica and the Caribbean in over 20 interviews and entertainment news features, became the ‘Artiste of the Week’ upon his debut entry on a music chart, the Stampede Street Chart and hit Number 1 after steadily climbing the Pree Dis video chart where both charts are Jamaica base. A great year it has certainly been for the hard working man who wears many hats, father, husband, musician, entrepreneur, caregiver and artiste. Robert Burchell is still basking from the consistent airplay of his “Never Judge a Book” single off his sophomore album Agape, across Jamaica, the Caribbean, UK and Africa and graced the pages of the L3 Magazine November issue.
Now what better way could such any artiste bring his year to close, than to perform before the audience that he is most exposed to, on Christmas Day, December 25. The highly anticipated GT Taylor Christmas Extravaganza event will feature Robert Burchell as well as a line up of some of the most popular dancehall and reggae artistes in Jamaica and is organized by radio host GT Taylor of Irie FM and will be held at Independence Park, Black River, in the parish of St. Elizabeth.