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Beyond Jazz... more memories

Published: Friday January 27, 2012 | 2:08 am Comments 0
It was all about the Champagne at the Half Moon, A Rock Resort booth during the opening night of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival at the Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium Thursday night..  - Janet Silvera Photo
It was all about the Champagne at the Half Moon, A Rock Resort booth during the opening night of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival at the Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium Thursday night.. - Janet Silvera Photo
Free neck and back massage was is a popular activity at the Half Moon, Rock Resort booth at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival at Trelawny Stadium Thursday night - Janet Silvera Photo
Free neck and back massage was is a popular activity at the Half Moon, Rock Resort booth at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival at Trelawny Stadium Thursday night - Janet Silvera Photo
The bodyguard gets his own bodyguards! Celine Dion\'s bodyguard, Mike Robertson being protected by RIU Resorts\' Angella Bennett (right) and Sophia Swaby at the RIU booth at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival at Trelawny Stadium Thursday night - J. Silvera
The bodyguard gets his own bodyguards! Celine Dion's bodyguard, Mike Robertson being protected by RIU Resorts' Angella Bennett (right) and Sophia Swaby at the RIU booth at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival at Trelawny Stadium Thursday night - J. Silvera

Besides the satisfaction of music-thirsty hearts, the 2012 Jazz and Blues is offering other memorable moments.

Check out these photos.

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