All that jazz!

Published: Friday | January 25, 2013 Comments 0
Leroy Sibbles performs on the opening night of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival at the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium in Trelawny last night. - photo by Adrian Frater
Leroy Sibbles performs on the opening night of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival at the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium in Trelawny last night. - photo by Adrian Frater
Third World drummer Tony 'Ruption' Williams (left) takes a minute to greet Kyle McKenzie, one of the drummers in the Herbert Morrison Technical High School Band, at a private session for the group yesterday. Columbus Communications Jamaica Limited, the operator of Flow and Columbus Business Solutions, had arranged for the students to meet the iconic reggae band ahead of their performance at the 2013 Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival last night. - Contributed
Third World drummer Tony 'Ruption' Williams (left) takes a minute to greet Kyle McKenzie, one of the drummers in the Herbert Morrison Technical High School Band, at a private session for the group yesterday. Columbus Communications Jamaica Limited, the operator of Flow and Columbus Business Solutions, had arranged for the students to meet the iconic reggae band ahead of their performance at the 2013 Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival last night. - Contributed




 

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