Tommy Cowan cheers on Festival Song finalists – Won in 1967 with ‘Baba Boom Time’ | Entertainment

In 1967, a group referred to as The Jamaicans, which comprised Tommy Cowan, Norris Weir, Owen Hylton and Martin Williams, won the Competition Song Level of competition, with a song titled Baba Boom Time. The gain secured for the group tours of the Caribbean, Canada and the United States and this put them on a trajectory to worldwide success.

Tommy Cowan, in an job interview with The Gleaner, recalled these halcyon times. “When we won with Baba Boom Time, we have been coming off two years of being victorious as winners of the Pop and Mento competitions and experienced

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According to famed comedian, actor, and cannabis-rights hero Tommy Chong, all marijuana use is medical

There are plenty of reasons why sports activities and enjoyment memorabilia aficionados will be flocking to the Great Canadian Collector Clearly show.

Autograph periods with retired Blue Jays Lloyd Moseby and Jesse Barfield and previous NHLers Darryl Sittler, Gerry Cheevers, Brad Park, Eddie Shack, and Billy Smith will stir up reminiscences of their bygone triumphs. A live auction and appearances by DJ Qualls, Ty Ollson, and the Hanson brothers will also pack men and women in to the Harbour Conference Centre on Sunday (February 9).

But for some, the most important attraction will undoubtedly be keynote speaker Tommy Chong, a

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