FLASH BACK: Breaking from the stage, Davis made her way into the crowd to meet and greet.
Picture the scene: seated up front are Youth and Culture minister Lisa Hanna and former Prime Minister Bruce Golding. Elsewhere in this jam-packed audience are Queen Ifrica, Omari, Charmaine Limonius and Kevin Downswell. Turned out in a sartorially sharp strong suit, Senator Norman Grant cuts a dashing figure.
Ryan Mark and Chrissy D are among the fashionably late arrivals. Junior Tucker also put in a much-welcomed appearance. Scores of fans and well-wishers jump to their feet and raise their voices as the fan favourites blare from the speakers.....
Just a handful of the highlights from Thursday night's über-well-supported launch in celebration of Carlene Davis' tenth solo gospel album, Dripping Blood (17 all-new soul-stirring and well-crafted tracks!) that brought church to Redbones.
With her lively backing band and awesome supporting vocalists in tow, the lady of the hour put on a thrilling performance, hitting a higher and higher spiritual octave with each rendition of a fresh track or a timeless classic. TALLAWAH was in the heady mix, taking in the vibrant scene:
WE ARE FAMILY: Minister Lisa Hanna (centre) brought her charming mom, Dorothy (left) as her plus one to the album launch, where they chatted with singer Charmaine Limonius.
STRONG SUIT: KLAS' Tony Young rocked the mic — and a shocking pink tie — as the event's emcee.
REASON TO SMILE: Crooner Kevin Downswell and his lovely wife Marsha said hi to our lens.
DYNAMIC DUO: October's cover model Ryan Mark (right) and fellow recording artiste Omari stepped out to support their industry big sis Carlene Davis.