Singer Sanchez among stars for Air Jamaica Jazz and Blues' 'Art Of Reggae'


sanchez_reggae_dancehall_sexygirls_nude_guys.jpgFamed crooner Sanchez will be joining fellow reggae legends Freddie McGregor, Wayne Wonder and Billboard topping Dancehall deejay Shaggy for a special performance at the 'Art of Reggae' night at the Air Jamaica Jazz and Blues fest in January.

Sanchez Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of one of the Caribbean's premiere Jazz festivals, and one of Jamaica's largest musical attractions, the upcoming festival from Thursday, January 25 - Saturday, January 27, will honor the legacy of the island's native drum and bass sound, as well as some of its premiere musicians.

"I am so honored that they considered me to be part of this special (night)," stated an excited Sanchez, who is set for the Friday, January 26 show. "For so long, I have always wanted to be part of the Jazz and Blues Fest."

For over twenty-years, Sanchez has moved masses of fans around the world with a voice described as "a supernatural gift from God that can out sing any Nightingale." Beginning with 1988's Loneliness, the award-winning singer has delivered a slew of chart-topping hits including, Missing You, If I Ever Fall In Love Again, Amazing Grace, and Frenzy. His music has been embraced in particular by the American R&B and Hip Hop audiences with rap group Dipset sampling his One In A Million on their 2003 song Dipset Anthem.

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