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RJR Kingston Music Week enters third staging

Published:Tuesday | December 1, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Veteran reggae singer Ken Boothe is one of the many artistes set to perform during the RJR Kingston Music Week.

Now in its third staging, RJR Kingston Music Week (KMW) 2015 will undoubtedly make yet another indelible mark on the Jamaican entertainment landscape.

The event encompasses live musical showcases staged across the Kingston Metropolitan Area and surrounding environs from December 1-7. The overall goal of RJR KMW is to create a compatible atmosphere where music lovers may immerse themselves in a pool of good music, positive energy, camaraderie, and pure contentment.

By all accounts, this year will include an intricate and eclectic mix of compositions, artistes, venues, and overall productions. More important, patrons can take comfort in the fact that they are affordably priced, and, in few instances, free of admission.

Admittedly, Reggae reigns supreme in the grand scheme, but serves to also offer a touch of other genres that are sure to please all musical tastes. From musical icons and veterans to current artistes, and particularly the up-and-coming, there's something for everyone.




Tonight's line-up will feature performances from Ken Boothe, Gem Myers, Fab 5 and The Heptones. This will take place at the Countryside Club beginning at 7 p.m. Later in the night, fans can also see performances from Anthony Cruz, Ricky Ticky, Nutty Kutchie and others at the Stone Love headquarters at 1 a.m.

For a detailed schedule and more information, persons can visit the official KMW website,, then click on the web banner at the top of the home screen. Kindly mark the dates, pen it in your diaries; log it in your smartphone, social calendars, tablets or any other device of your preference, as KMW gets ready to create more memories with all who attend.