Pa-Ben returns to the air for 20th year

POSTED: 04/10/12 2:02 PM

GREAT BAY – St. Maarten’s oldest man alive, the legend of all time, Roland “Mi-Paben” kicked off his annual Cultural Carnival radio program on Monday. The program, which has aired every year for the past 20 years, will be aired once again on PJD2 radio 102.7 fm every day from 3:00 p.m. to5:00 p.m.
The very popular Carnival program consists of Carnival news, views, interviews, local and international calypso and Jam band music. There will also be interviews with the local queen contestants, calypsonians, promoters, local and international artists, troupe leaders, booth hoders and much more.
Paben who trills thousands of Carnival lovers with his famous cork screw dance said, “Our cultural festival – carnival – is a time to forget the worries in yuh head, the pains and aches in yuh body, the stressful times of living in today’s world and enjoy our culture in all its splendor and galore.”
Later he’d add, “The legend would like to take this opportunity to thank the management and staff at PJD2 Radio station, especially Mr. Don Hughes, co-host Shadow man and Lady Grace for giving me the opportunity in making this program what it is today –the most popular radio carnival show the world over.”

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