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Acoustic night at Earth Hour

Published:Sunday | April 5, 2015 | 12:00 AMJody-Anne Lawrence
Young 'uns (from left) Chantel Wright, Alaine Miller, Emma Walker and Asha Boxil had a blast.
Up, up and away ... patrons lit and sent lanterns off.
Host Terri-Karelle Reid holds the winning T while watching along with Melissa Douglas as Malique Dawkins sings 'Nuh dutty up Jamaica' for his prize.
Casey Mitchell and Jodiann Blake get close for a photo op.
Neil Steele, Military Man, Kymani Marley and Determine were among those out for the show.
Enjoying the show are (From left): Percival Wallen, Sheree Cameron and Nicholas Brown.

Two Saturdays ago, the Earth Hour Acoustic Concert at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre was where live entertainment was expected to take you to the place where these storytellers were when they wrote their enchanting lyrics.

When it comes to music, there is nothing better than live entertainment and having different entertainers show off their sultry voices, with the assistance of talented band members was something to enjoy. Black as Cole did not fail to entertain, when lead singer Cecile Black took audience members on a musical roller coaster telling her love story.

The highlight for many was the surprise appearance of none other than Chronixx during Keznamdi's performance. Women ran to the stage trying to get an up-close photo of the Dread and Terrible singer.

But Earth Hour Acoustic Concert could not be Earth Hour without the lighting of the lanterns. This gave the appearance of low floating stars. Audience enjoyed the view, fine entertainment and giveaways throughout the night.