PHOTOS: Hitting the high notes at Jazz
The last night of the 2015 Jamaica Jazz and Blues festival hit the highest score of the three-night event which ended early Sunday morning at the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium in Florence Hall.
Here's a recap of the performers:
The Rude singers were the first main acts to hit the Trelawny stage and they did not disappoint.
The American reggae band made its first ever visit to the homeland of reggae music, and made their debut on the island in front of a relatively small audience.
The R&B American singer, songwriter and music producer lit up the Jamaica Jazz and Blues stage, proving why he is acclaimed as one of the music industry's most extraordinary showmen.
The former front man for the group Chicago was witty and endearing, as he was smooth. He certainly knew what to say, between songs, to make his audience smile and laugh.
The Pointer Sisters
They sashayed on stage, sometime after 2:00am and took the Jazz audience down memory lane with He's so shy, from their 1981 gold-selling album Special Things, which had the venue rocking and singing along.
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