WITH night one of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival out of the way anticipation is high for tonight’s headliner Celine Dion.
“I can’t wait. I think her performance will be something,” said one of her fans who flew in from New York to enjoy the Jamica Jazz experience.
The occasion was special for Jamacian born England based R&B singer Ruby Turner.
“Its an experience to be back in my country enjoying the musical offerings” she said.
She also voiced her anticiapation for the Canadian songbird Celine Dion who has scored hits such as Because You Love Me, My Heart Will Go On and I’m Alive.
Sharing the stage tonight also with Celine Dion are Nicole Henry, Jully Black, Richie Stephens and Gentleman and Tami Chin and Tessanne Chynn.
— Cecelia Campbell-Livingston