Disappointment for gospel music fans, as grammy winning gospel sensation Tasha Cobbs pulled out of the Grenada concert.
Veteran promoter and businessman Steve Duncan, organizer of the Grenada Music Festival and the “Break Every Chain” gospel concert has begun legal proceedings against the gospel artiste, for what he says is the abrupt cancellation of the highly anticipated event.
The concert was scheduled for Saturday, October 26th at the National Stadium
The promoters company, Q-west inc. is suing the popular American gospel artists for an undisclosed sum of money, for breach of contract, huge financial losses and damage to his reputation.
According to Duncan, in a statement issued on Friday, Tasha Cobb Leonard was paid her deposit and travel expense, as required in her contract, to perform with her band at the Grenada National Stadium.
Less than two weeks before the event, the management of the artist indicated by email that they will like to cancel the Grenada concert.
No explanation for the cancellation was given.
The promoter says he has already contracted two high profile entertainment attorneys in New York where all contracts were issued, to represent his company’s interest.
He is confident that he will be successful in his attempt to seek justice in this matter.
Ticket holders meanwhile can collect all refunds for tickets purchased at the various points of purchase.
Online purchases can be cancelled at go2fete.com.