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Stevie Mambor: The Black Brothers drummer dies

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,Stevie Mambor, Black Brothers Band Drummer

,Stevie Mambor, Black Brothers Band Drummer


Longtime Port Vila resident and former Manager of once famed Black Brothers Band, Andy Ayamiseba, has announced with sadness the passing away of legendary drummer of the band, Stevie Mambor, in Canberra, Australia this week on Wednesday April 18.
Stevie who is remembered by his friends in Port Vila for his Jim Kelly-like Afro-hair and self-defense prowess, has joined deceased members Hengky, August and David to await the soon return of the Lord. “Rest in peace all my brothers”, an emotional Ayamiseba said in his farewell message yesterday.
All ni Vanuatu diehard Black Brothers fans can rest assured that Stevie is not gone because his three daughters in ‘Black Sistaz’ are actively continuing their beloved dad’s journey through their music towards eventual freedom for West Papua.

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