Profile- Guyana-born Cliff Joseph Unites The Community – By Dr. Dhanpaul + Music Video

 – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

He was an ordinary man with a guitar and a cowboy hat. He was born in humble circumstances, the sixteenth of seventeen children. But he did not allow his surroundings to dictate his life. Instead, he rose above his station and brought joy and entertainment to thousands.

When he died the outpouring of emotions was unmistakable. His fans traveled from far and wide, from the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens and Toronto and Grenada and Jamaica and they all had one message: Cliff Joseph was a legend. We were lucky to have him. We would not see the likes of him anytime soon again.           

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Don’t Blame Me for Your Mistakes (Original Version) – Cliff Joseph

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  • dhanpaul narine  On November 28, 2019 at 7:38 pm

    He sang with many of the greats and his Country style entertained many. At his wake, all manner of people came and the place was totally multi-racial. If only we could say the same for Guyana.

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