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Published:Tuesday | June 21, 2022 | 12:06 AM
Our Something Extra lens zoomed in on a smiling Belinda Williams, assistant vice-president at Proven Investments.
Our Something Extra lens zoomed in on a smiling Belinda Williams, assistant vice-president at Proven Investments.
Myrna Hague and Ernie Ranglin were both equally delighted to be in each other’s company backstage at Bring Back the Love last Saturday.
Myrna Hague and Ernie Ranglin were both equally delighted to be in each other’s company backstage at Bring Back the Love last Saturday.
Annette Osborne was angelic in all white.
Annette Osborne was angelic in all white.
Sharon Wolfe was among the love song aficionados who came out last Saturday to see A-list singers and musicians perform at Bring Back the Love.
Sharon Wolfe was among the love song aficionados who came out last Saturday to see A-list singers and musicians perform at Bring Back the Love.
Naima Cranshaw made the Courtleigh Auditorium her personal runway last Saturday at Bring Back the Love.
Naima Cranshaw made the Courtleigh Auditorium her personal runway last Saturday at Bring Back the Love.
A night of love songs was just what the doctor ordered for the lovely Ruth Miller.
A night of love songs was just what the doctor ordered for the lovely Ruth Miller.
From left: Jacqueline Rhodes, Tansy McPherson and Carolyn Clarke were ready for the Bring Back the Love experience last Saturday at the Courtleigh Auditorium.
From left: Jacqueline Rhodes, Tansy McPherson and Carolyn Clarke were ready for the Bring Back the Love experience last Saturday at the Courtleigh Auditorium.
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Patrons at Bring Back the Love, the ultimate love songs concert, which was held at the Courtleigh Auditorium last Saturday, got more than their money’s worth from the stellar line-up which included Myrna Hague, Jimmy James, Jay Douglas and Ernie Ranglin. The drum maestro and musical director was Desi Jones and the event’s patron was former Prime Minister P.J. Patterson, who hailed it as “a welcome respite from the pandemic-induced dearth of activity in the creative and performing arts”. Something Extra brings you the highlights.