Cherine performed several songs from her newly released CD "The Introduction-Dubstyle EP". Assertive and powerful, she encouraged her female fans with her latest hit "Talk if Yuh Talking", and found favor among the West Indians on favorites like "Kingston State of Mind" and "Good Love". It was, however, "Movie Star" that caused the loudest uproar from the audience. An excited middle-aged fan jumped the barricade to dance with
The young man serenaded Cherine with the Bob Marley classic "Turn Your Lights Down Low", before singing
Anderson wrapped her Southern California shows delivering a short but entertaining set on Tuesday night at The Mint to help raise funds for a radio station (KPFK 97FM) charity before wrapping up the week with shows in Savannah, Georgia and upstate New York. She is scheduled to perform at the annual Sierra Nevada World Music Festival on two stages on Saturday, June 20th. She will play a live set on Saturday afternoon and head to the dancehall with Stone Love in the midnight hours.