Members of the MFR Band to regroup under the name ‘NCORE’
Fans of the MFR Band (Music For Real) no longer have to crave for the diverse music, style, energy and rhythms that the band presented, as the much anticipated return of a replica of the band will soon become a reality.
According to the band leader Josiah Pierre-Louis, the musicians out of the MFR Band have regrouped with the exception of the guitarist Leonel Edwards.
While the band leader refused to provide us with further information, SAT TV News has learnt that the band will be re-launching under a new brand name ‘NCORE’ in February.
Shortly after the re-launch, the band is expected to undertake its first tour under its new brand name in the French island of Guadeloupe.
The band which originated from the town of Portsmouth came on the scene in 2007 with big hits such as Revolution, fly like a butterfly-sting like a bee, state of emergency, Jello and have you ever, to name a few.
However, the group which created a spur among other bouyon bands on the island separated over a major dispute involving the proprietors, which halted the band’s operations.
But according to an undisclosed source, fans can expect the unexpected as the band is currently undergoing rigorous rehearsals.
The group will conduct a press conference in February where they will reveal their new name, materials and season agenda.
Unconfirmed reports have also suggested that the band is trying to recruit Q95FM Talent Search winner Asher Thomas to replace the guitarist, but it is not clear as to whether he will form part of the new band since there is speculations that he has also been presented with a proposal by the fanatik Band.