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Jamaica Gleaner Entertainment
published: Monday | June 18, 2007

Rhythms from the Ocean
WESTERN BUREAU: R&B hit maker Billy Ocean was in scintillating form and could do nothing wrong for the hundreds of patrons in attendance at The Gleaner-sponsored King of Souls concert held at Island Village in Ocho Rios on Saturday....

The Butler does it on keyboards

THERE WERE three musicians on stage before a near full house at RedBones the Blues Café, Braemar Avenue, New Kingston, on Friday evening - one bass guitarist, one drummer and one keyboard player. However, the music Maurice Gordon, Deleon 'Jubba' White and Harold Butler...

Katherine Davis brings Chicago Blues to RedBones

Katherine Davis brought the Chicago Blues and, along with it, a purposeful roll of her ponderous hips, to RedBones the Blues Café, Braemar Avenue, New Kingston, on Thursday evening.She was not alone on stage, of course, Dave Roberts on keyboards, Jeff Williams on guitars...

It's still a foursome at the box office

LOS ANGELES (AP):Hollywood's superhero foursome remained fantastic at the box office.The 20th Century Fox sequel Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer debuted as the number one weekend film with US$57.4 million, slightly surpassing the US$56.1 million...

Oprah on top - Forbes magazine ranks the media mogul as number one on its annual power list.

NEW YORK (AP): Media mogul Oprah Winfrey is back on top of Forbes' annual "Celebrity 100 Power List," which ranks the rich and famous based on earnings and buzz.Winfrey, who came in third last year, was the top money-maker with an estimated income...





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