Hott talent: Clockwise from main image above, Ninja Cutty, Lavette Fuentes, Laritta Adderley, Sia Spence, Tricray Astwood, Ramon Clark and Imari Wade. *File photos
Hott talent: Clockwise from main image above, Ninja Cutty, Lavette Fuentes, Laritta Adderley, Sia Spence, Tricray Astwood, Ramon Clark and Imari Wade. *File photos

Their songs are the most played on HOTT 107.5 and now they are about to get together and perform in a live concert.

A total of 14 emerging Bermudian entertainers will showcase their unique talents at the Ruth Seaton James Centre for Performing Arts on Saturday, November 16 at 8pm.

The artists’ songs are the most requested on the local radio station so they will perform them at the
show which is dubbed the The Bermy Radio-Hits Concert.

The concert is being organized by HOTT 107.5 FM Radio which is taking the lead in consistently producing live events that feature all-Bermudian talent. 

This is the 5th event in 2013 that Bermudians will be able to support their own homegrown performing artists. 

The community-focused station previously produced The Bermuda Idol Competition, Bermuda, So You Think You Can Dance Contest, HOTT 1075 HIP-HOP Challenge and The HOTT 1075 Praise Team Gospel Concert. 

Inter-Island Communications CEO Glenn Blakeney admits it was his wife’s idea to produce a live concert that should feature the most popular songs recorded by Bermudian artists. 

He said: “Gwen’s suggestion was a great concept and I immediately realized that there had never been a Live concert, which only featured Bermudian Recording Artists performing their own original songs. It’ll be a great night to support and encourage an amazing group of gifted Bermudians that have the potential to become major international acts and true musical ambassadors
for Bermuda.” 

The line-up of star-studded talent includes Tricray Astwood, Laritta Adderley, Sir Dudley, Cami Cam, Ninja Cutty, Imari Wade, E-Levelz, Lavette Phillip-Fuentes, Division 20/20, Latroya Darrell, Ramon Clarke, Fajr, Jesse Seymour and Sia Spence. Doors open at 7:30pm. 

Tickets are $50 and available at Music Box and HOTT.