Saturday, 18 October 2014

SCENE & HEARD: Out and About with Usain Bolt, Carlene Davis, Dance Xpressionz, Iceman, and more

ALL FOR ONE: Oct. 16, St, Andrew. As she rendered selections new and old at her Dripping Blood album launch on Thursday night at Redbones, singer Carlene Davis was joined on stage by fellow gospel industry heavyweights Junior Tucker and Kevin Downswell. (Photo: TALLAWAH)

THE BLAZERS: Oct. 14. Kingston. To bring the curtains down on their Heritage Week performance of the community drama Many Moods of Marcus at the Theatre Place, the Dance Xpressionz crew treated the high-schoolers who packed the auditorium to an electrifying display of the latest dancehall moves. (Photo: TALLAWAH)

TWO OF A KIND: Oct. 10, Kingston. Proven experts at tickling the funny bone, Donald 'Iceman' Anderson (left) and Shaun Drysdale had the massive crowd of theatregoers in stitches as opening-night action from Jamaica Mek Wi Laugh: Di Revue unfolded at the Green Gables Theatre. (Photo: TALLAWAH)

RUNNING MAN: Oct. 7, St. Andrew. It's back to the drawing board for the World's Fastest Man, who has resumed training at the Racers Track Club, UWI Mona, as he looks to continue his domination in men's sprinting come 2015, a World Championship year. (Photo: Usain Bolt/Facebook)

SHOT CALLERS: Oct. 4, St. Andrew. Raging Fyah lead singer Kumar Bent (right) and ace video director/filmmaker Kyle Chin sealed their fraternal bond on the set of the video shoot for the band's new single "Brave." Filmed mainly on location at the Edna Manley College, the upcoming clip sets a soothing, reflective mood to match the song's wised-up, introspective vibe. (Photo: TALLAWAH)




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