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OSSIE ANDROS(1)

Ossie Andros started performing at age ten - initially in night spots. Born again at age 12; wrote, produced and performed gospel music and songs ever since. "I Don't Wanna Die This Way" is a cut from his original upcoming "We Can Make It Happen" album which will also feature the hit single "Communication" - a coflict resolution song. Founder/organizer of the Gospel Music Train (members included David Forbes, bass guitarist; Glen Josey, organinst/keyboard player; Philip Forbes, lead guitarist; Victor Gardiner, drummer; Rev. Oswald Poitier a.k.a. Ossie Andros, leader/guitarist/lead vocalist/writer/producer; Treva Symonette (deceased), keyboard player; Kevin McKenzie, lead vocalist/writer/producer. Performed with premier groups of the 1970's and 1980's. Ordained Minister, 1988. Founder of Regeneration Army Word Ministries, North Andros, an outreach ministry most active in the 1980's. Founder and host of the Radio Program "Focus on Bahamian Gospel Music" designed to promote Bahamian Gspel Music and Artist, and to enhance the Bahamian Gospel Music industry. Most popular in the late 1970's and early 1980's.