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Jazzin' memories

Published:Friday | February 3, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Managing director of Iverostar Jamaica, Philipp Hofer(left) and his parents. -
Grace 'Little Dawn' Campbell, designer extraordinaire looking swell in blue at the record breaking Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival last Friday night at the Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium. - Photo by Janet Silvera
From left: Dwayne Smalling, Lorna Robinson, Jamaica Tourist Board promotions officer, and Andre Boswell, on trade regional manager, Red Stripe, hang out inside the JTB booth during the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival.
The beautiful Cristelle Harris (left) and the ever-glowing Ruth Hussey of Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel and Everglades Farm pose for the camera. - Photo by mark titus
Carlene Edwards, senior communications officer at Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) is spotted at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival.
Rikki-Lee Hunter, sales representative of Mapco Limited is all smiles as she poses for the camera on Saturday.
Richard Bailey, general sales manager for Jamaica Beverages his wife Jacqui (left) and family friend Murine Johnson take a break from the happenings on the main stage.
Leader of the Opposition, Andrew Holness (second left) and wife Juliet (left) pose for a photo with Micheal Shaw and Monique Todd of ScotiaBank.
Montego Bay Businessman Mark Kerr-Jarrett and wife, Paula were among the record turnout for the first night of the festival.
r From left: Olive Smith from Mandeville joined friends Captain Horace Burrell and Gloria Thomas who flew in from Florida, for a photo op.
Flow Jamaica's Niall Sheehy seems to be pondering a point made by Head of ICT at Digicel Jamaica, John Clear.
Monique Todd, vice president Marketing, Public Relations and Corporate Affairs catches up with John Holt (right), following his performance on Friday night at Jamaica Jazz and Blues. State Minister of Tourism Damion Crawford also took time out to meet the artiste. Scotiabank was a gold sponsor and official financial services partner of the festival.
JPSCo.'s Kathy Cooke looked radiant as she jazzed it up in Trelawny last weekend at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival. - Photo by Sheena Gayle
The Jamaica Jazz and Blues brought out the stars both locally and internationally, dancehall entertainer Mr G was caught on camera in the media booth at jazz fest in Trelawny.
Michael Thompson, senior vice president, Corporate & Commercial Banking Centre, exchangees ideas with Knolly Moses, CEO of Panmedia Limited at the the "Scotia Palace" at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival.

Today, we bring the curtain down on pictorial highlights of what will go down in history as a most memorable jazz and blues festival.