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Tada!: There She Goes Again

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – As a young girl, Tada always enjoyed her father’s music in the church and at home; she knew it was her destiny.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – As a young girl, Tada always enjoyed her father’s music in the church and at home; she knew it was her destiny.

The musician-turned-activist has been fighting for children so they can grow up and fulfil their dreams, but she’s stepping back into the limelight for a celebratory concert.

Terneille Burrows, also known as Tada, has been engaged in music her entire life. She decided to pursue music as a solo artist in 1998, following in her father’s footsteps. Winning John Lennon’s songwriting contest in 2001 catapulted her career – placing her on the world stage and allowing her to chase her dream.

Tada came home around 2003 – taking an alternate route to success. 

Burrows says that the Bahamian music industry is far from where it needs to be and calls on those in places of power to help give it a boost. 

Though music is her love, Tada’s activism has been her main focus. She advocates for children’s rights and safety through her nonprofit organization, RISE Bahamas. Now, she is bringing the music back to the forefront with a December 10th Atlantis concert.

Tada invites you to get your tickets exclusively on eventbrite.com and says the event will have something for everyone. 

Get more of Tada on social media and streaming platforms and get your tickets to this one-of-a-kind show on December 10th.

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