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Jamaica Gleaner Entertainment
published: Sunday | April 22, 2007

Sizing up a star
One more flickering light in the entertainment firmament promises Digicel's Rising Stars, as the new season shoots off with auditions this weekend. The show has unearthed a kaleidoscope of new talents in the music business, among them Cavan, Christopher Martin...

Greensleeves takes Rising Stars overseas

The Digicel Rising Stars singing competition is already a local phenomenon and, with Greensleeves aboard for the 2007 season, the next stop is the world.This will be one of the most significant additions to the 2007 season.

Tandra Jhagroo - 'studious' reggae pupil

Tandra Jhagroo, a female studio engineer from Canada, recently took up residence in Jamaica as she said she had fallen in love with the Jamaican vibe, reggae and dancehall music.One of the few female studio engineers in Jamaica...

Ijahman Levi dances abroad first

After Ijahman Levi plucked at the 10 strings of his guitar and lifted his gentle, melodic voice in the first of three songs at the recent launch of 'Western Consciousness 2007', he paused.

The big flop and the big 'buss'

As a schoolboy of about 14 he went on the famed Vere Johns Opportunity Knocks talent show to sing What Am I Living For.





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