Tuesday, 29 January 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Michael Bolton + Miss Kitty + Fenton Ferguson + Wayne Marshall + PM Portia Simpson-Miller + Usain Bolt + Roger Clarke + Mary J. Blige

SHORT STORY: Jan. 25, Trelawny. Like a true headliner, hip-hop/soul queen Mary J. Blige captivated her audience on Night 2 of the Jamaica Jazz & Blues festival at the Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium serving up a hypnotic batch of her beloved hits while rocking this eye-popping all-white ensemble. Hail Mary! (Photo: Flow)

SMOOTH OPERATOR: Jan. 25, Trelawny. Entertainment living legend Michael Bolton was also a crowd-pleasing delight at the festival on Friday night. Like John Legend the following day, Bolton filled the stadium with his lush vocals and virtuosic instrumentation, making for a truly unforgettable musical experience. (Photo: Flow)

CAT POWER: Jan. 25, Trelawny. The three-night jazz and blues fest drew a diverse nightly crowd, including famous faces like radio diva Miss Kitty (seen here in the company of a friend), to the Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium eager to revel in the great musical offerings and the great outdoor setting. (Photo: Flow)

WAYNE'S WORLD: Jan. 25, Trelawny. Reggae-dancehall hitmaker Wayne Marshall (photographed here with a pal) was also in the mix at the Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival on Friday night, out to support his belle and mother of his unborn child Tami Chynn, who was among the acts slated to grace the main-stage. (Photo: Flow)

SIGN OF THE TIMES: Jan. 24, PM Portia Simpson-Miller, Agriculture minister Roger Clarke, and MP Fenton Ferguson affix their signatures to documents outlining plans for the construction of 226 new homes to benefit sugar workers in Hampton Court and Stokes Hall under the Barracks Relocation Project, which is being funded by the European Union to the tune of $308 million. (Photo: OPM)

HILLS OF GLORY: Jan. 26, St. Andrew. Against a stunning backdrop, Nissan's Director of Excitement, Usain Bolt, takes a seat to respond to fan questions from around the world, while on the set of a new ad for the auto giants, filmed by a diligent crew on the weekend at the UWI/Usain Bolt Track at Mona. (Photo: Usain Bolt)

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