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Jamaica Gleaner Entertainment
published: Tuesday | January 22, 2008

'Cats' lives again - colourfully
While cats reputedly have a mere nine lives, the T.S. Eliot - Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats has tens of thousands. Since 1981, it has played in more than 120 cities in four continents, 138 times on Broadway alone. One of those 120 cities is Kingston, Jamaica...

Music to seduce the soul

Among my Christmas gifts were two CDs that are so delightful, I would like all lovers of timeless music as well as collectors to add them to their stash. The first is Evolution Jamaica Popular Song 2007. The second is A.J. Brown's Voice of Love.

Something extra

Post-Christmas parties continued on the weekend with the Prime Minister's at picturesque Laughing Waters in Ocho Rios, Digicel's up on a New Kingston roof and there was coffee on the patio at a bookreading and signing at Shoppes at Rose Hall in Montego...

Theatre spotlight - Great acts lined up for 'Telling We Own Story'

NEW YORK (JIS): Noted Jamaican dramatist and playwright, Trevor Rhone; musician/folklorist, Irving Burgie of Barbados and Jamaican novelist/poet, Ainsley Burrows, will headline this year's presentation of 'Telling We Own Story', part of activities celebrating...

Murphy, Edmonds split - she refused to sign prenuptial agreement

Bangshowbiz: Eddie Murphy and Tracey Edmonds split because she would not sign a prenuptial agreement.The actor and film producer, whose relationship ended last week following their unofficial 'marriage' on a French Polynesian private island off the coast...

Winehouse heading to Jamaica for Bob Marley inspiration

Bangshowbiz: Amy Winehouse is heading to Jamaica to channel the 'spirit of Bob Marley' into her music.The 24-year-old singer is a huge fan of the late reggae legend - who died in 1981 aged just 36 - and is travelling to his home country to work with his...

Lupe Fiasco gains mainstream success

Born Wasalu Muhammad Jaco, Lupe Fiasco burst on to the music scene with his debut album Lupe Fiasco's Food and Liquor.The hit single, Kick Push and collaborations with Kanye West on the track Touch the Sky in 2005 saw the Muslim rapper, gain the mainstream success that he deserved....





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