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Aaron Neville mesmerises at Jazz fest

Published:Saturday | February 1, 2014 | 11:54 PM

Mark Titus, Gleaner Writer



TRELAWNY, Jamaica:

International pop singer Aaron Neville, has stamped his class on night three of the Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival now underway at Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium.




Neville, who is celebrating 53 years as a recording artiste, is known for songs such as 'Change gonna Come' and 'Tell It Like It Is.'



He has several number one hits in several genres including gospel, country and western and pop.



In his mesmerising set, the Grammy Award-winning artiste had the audience captivated with an impressive cover of Bob Marley’s internationally recognised hit, 'Stir It Up'.



Other performers - One Third, Della Marley and International songbird Crystal Gayle - have already graced the stage.



Left to come are: O’Jays, Chaka Khan, Beres Hammond, Bobby Kimball and Tessanne Chin.



Tonight's turnout so far has exceeded the moderate attendance on the first two nights of the three-night festival.

 

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