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Published:Wednesday | February 3, 2010 | 12:00 AM

Left: Trudane Hardware, Flair's most eligible bachelor for 2009, gets up close with his favourite brand at jazz. Center: Sharon Haye didn't need a partner to dance during the After Jazz party. Right: Lemani Plummer looking lovely at the After Jazz party at the Jamaica Grandiosa Hotel in Montego Bay on Sunday. - photo by Janet Silvera

We have more highlights from jazz, in case you missed the action.

Minister of Local Government Robert 'Bobby' Montague (right), was one of the specially invited guests who shared company with executives inside Grand Palladium Resorts' skybox, at the 2010 Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival, held at the Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium last Saturday night. At left is the resort's general manager Dimitris Kovosgiannis and Sonia Rickards, corporate communications consultant. - Photo by Noel Thompson

Cuban-American singer Jon Secada is sandwiched by Frederique Asberg (left), country manager, Heineken, and Pamela Francis, at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues festival in Trelawny on Saturday night.

Freddie Gayle of Maestro Music and June Daley (right) president of Miss Jamaica UK, pose for the camera during a courtesy call on Jamaica's deputy high commissioner to the United Kingdom, Joan Thomas Edwards, at the commission in London on Friday, January 29. They discussed fund-raising plans for earthquake-ravaged Haiti. Gayle is promoting a concert featuring Beres Hammond, Gregory Isaacs and the Heptones in May and part-proceeds will go to Haiti.

Friends from left: Chris Ramson, Muna Issa and Sean Osner, check out the new and exciting 'Tuesdays on the Grill' at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston.