Dorrance Parris has been extremely active in the local music industry. Starting as a Disc-Jockey in 1980, his talent and enthusiasm in that area opened opportunities for him at the islands top night clubs and entertainment venues of that era.
During the years 1986 – ’88, Dorrance, a.k.a ‘Diamond D’ started the DJ group ‘Alpha 24’ which ruled the party scene of that period. The group became famous for the heavy hitting sound system and breaking new reggae artist into the local market.
In 1989, he progressed to become the sound engineer and eventually leader of a local night club band called ‘Sylkk’ which featured Terrencia Coward, one of Barbados’s foremost female entertainers. In 1994 he became part owner/manager/sound engineer of a group called “Full Swing” featuring local songstress Kim Derrick and all round entertainer Ricky Stoute.
Axiom Sound & Technology came into existence in 2004, providing sound reinforcement for a variety of events. As the business grew, Dorrance realised that many of his clients also required presentation equipment so the service was expanded to include multimedia projectors and screens. He has continued applying his skills in the commercial arena using computer technology in graphic art and multimedia productions; He also conducts a training program for groups, including churches, in the efficient use of sound equipment, microphone and stage monitoring techniques.
Rommel Donovan has worked extensively in the entertainment industry in the areas of stage management, lighting technician, sound technician and musician.
Because of his incredible talents, professional attitude, dedication and accommodating disposition, Rommel is always an asset to the smooth running and eventual success of any event.
Over the past decade, Rommel has excelled in his ability as sound engineer working with both international and local entertainers.