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Mighty Gabby performing live, February 2012
|Birth name||Anthony Carter|
|Born||30 March 1948|
|Genres||Folk, ringbang, calypso|
Anthony Gabby Carter was named a Nigerian chief, which symbolizes that he is head of a community or clan and is a source of authority. His elevation was celebrated by the Sons of God Apostolic Spiritual Baptist Church in Ealing Grove, Christ Church, Barbados, where a special service was held in his honour. It was conducted by Archbishop Granville Williams. Gabby, who recently visited Nigeria, was given the name Omowale, which means "our son has returned". The service was also to coincide with the United Nations designated Black Civilisation Day, which was commentated on Saturday.
- Millington, Janice (1999). "Barbados". Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, Vol. 2. Routledge. pp. 813–821. ISBN 0-8153-1865-0.