JAZZ AND BLUES NIGHT 2: Arturo Tappin delivers scintillating performance
Janet Silvera, Gleaner Writer
FLORENCE HALL, Trelawny:
Master saxophonist, Arturo Tappin, this evening delivered a most electrifying performance on Night Two of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival signaling the start of star time.
Way before the slated performance of the main act, Maria Careay, Tappin, supported by a talented group of horns men showcased his uniqueness.
Mixing jazz with pop and rhythm and blues, Tappin delivered a masterful performance, captivating his audience.
Heavy metal, incredible drum beats and horn blowing arrested the cool evening breeze at the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium as fans rose to their feet.
Earlier, Montego Bay's Miguel Antonio opened the event bringing warmth to venue with his silky, smooth rendition of contemporary music.