Tuesday, 31 January 2012

ON THE SCENE: More Highlights from 2012 Jamaica Jazz & Blues Fest

BACK ON THE ROCK: Bringing the curtains down on the fantastic Jamaica Jazz & Blues 2012 festivities, Grammy winner Damian 'Junior Gong' Marley delivered his trademark brand of militancy and power.

JULLY IN JANUARY: Mega-talented Canadian singer-songwriter Jully Black (centre) posed for the flashing lights in the press room shortly after blazing the Jazz & Blues main stage.

TRIPLE THREAT: Bringing a '90s R&B thrill to the main stage, the soul brothers of Heads of State (Bobby Brown, Johnny Gill and Ralph Tresvant) also delighted festivalgoers.

FLYING SOLO: With hits as bright as his glistening outfit, singer Chris Martin struck the right notes with the receptive Jazz & Blues crowd on Thursday night.

TALK TO ME: Powerhouse crooner Maxi Priest was spotted giving interviews in the press room on Thursday night.

IN THE SHADE: Reggae legend Mykal Rose (left) was also in the mix at Trelawny's Greenfield Stadium.

'CRAZY' FOR CEE-LO: Garbed in oriental threads, American star Cee-Lo Green did his thing on the main stage as one of the Saturday night headliners at Jazz & Blues.







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