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Saturday Social

Published:Saturday | January 30, 2010 | 12:00 AM

If you missed Thursday'sfun-filled night of music at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival at its new home in Trelawny, here are some of the beautiful people you did not meet.

They attended Hampton School in St Elizabeth from 1977- 1984 and it was at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival that they reunited on Thursday night.

International recording artiste Maxi Priest hangs out with the Heineken girls (from left), Tirzah Mahabeer, Pamela Francis and Trizan Chung Ling.

Charles and Opal Spence are back in Jamaica (standing) and they plan to enjoy every moment. The two were spotted at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival on Thursday night at the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium. Seated in front is Shelley Angus.

Jazzed out, Priscilla Glanville (left), Christopher Miller and Swamee Gentles left the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium on Friday morning looking satisfied.

Photo by Janet Silvera
From left: Ziggy McKenzie, Yvette Nugent and Winsome Chambers in wild abandonment as Babyface gave them what they came for.

Red Stripe's Teika Samuda (right) shares a joke with Gillian Zacca (left) and Karen Zacca inside the Smirnoff booth at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival.

Walter Elmore of Turnkey Productions chats with Marsha Lumley (left), brand manager, Smirnoff, and Keri-Ann McKenzie, brand manager, Heineken, as they hang out at jazz.

Doesn't matter what she dons, Neadene Tufton can't help it that she looks so good. The Gleaner glimpsed the businesswoman and wife of Agriculture Minister Dr Chris Tufton at Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival on Thursday night.

The king of the dancehall, Beenie Man (left), chats with Lee-Ann and Johnny Gourzong.

Italy-born and very hot neurosurgeon, Dr Antonio Bernardo, had a ball, and so did psychiatrist Dr Paula Davidson.