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Highlights from the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Prelude Concert at Sunset Jamaica Grande, Ocho Rios on Monday January 25, 2010.

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From left, Clifton Reader, GM, Sunset Jamaica Grande, Maxi Priest, Ian Kerr Managing Director, Sunset Resorts, share a joke after Maxi's performance at Jamaica Jazz and Blues Prelude ? ?Jamming in Sunset Jamaica Grande? on Monday night in Ocho Rios.
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Clifton Reader (left) general manager of Sunset Jamaica Grande, greets Marvin Priest (right) son of Maxi Priest, while Maxi (second left) and Ian Kerr, managing director, Sunset Resorts share a joke.

*********************************************************************** shortly after both performers did their show at Jamaica Jazz and Blues Prelude ? ?Jamming in Sunset Jamaica Grande?  on Monday night in Ocho Rios.
Contributed
Maxi Priest (left) and Joe Roy Jackson greet each other after they performed at Jamaica Jazz and Blues event.

**********************************************************************Prelude? ?Jamming in Sunset Jamaica Grande? on Monday night in Ocho Rios.
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Chief Operating Officer of Sunset Resorts, Craig Martin (third right), Jackie Edwards, convention services manager at Sunset Jamaica Grande (fourth left) with Roy Joe Jackson (third left) and members of his band after the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Prelude "Jamming in Sunset Jamaica Grande" on Monday night in Ocho Rios, St Ann.
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Xylophonist Roy Ayres in action at Jamaica Jazz and Blues Prelude ? ?Jamming in Sunset Jamaica Grande? on Monday night in Ocho Rios.
Photo by Carl Gilchrist 
Joe Roy Jackson (right) leads his band on guitar.
Photo by Carl Gilchrist
Maxi Priest tore the house down at Jamaica Jazz and Blues Prelude at Sunset Jamaica Grande on Monday night.
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