KINGSTON, Jamaica - Reggae legend Toots Hibbert is recovering Sunday after being struck in the head by a bottle during a concert on Saturday.
Andrea Davis, the singer's publicist, told the Jamaica Observer that the incident took place in Richmond, Virginia.
Toots was performing his hit song, Country Road, when a drunken ...more »
SCORES of patrons turned out to the New Kingston-based Club Privilege on Saturday: Not only to party, but to celebrate the club's third anniversary.
The evening's proceedings, sponsored mainly by telecommunications provider LIME, featured not only popular musical selections but delightful shots of exotic drink mixes.
Female patrons made their presence felt as they gyrated to almost every song being played by DJ Karyzma and resident DJ, Cyrus.
There were also several give-aways courtesy of Lime. Stephen Miller, LIME's sponsorship manager, said his company was proud to be part of the celebration.
"Entertainment is a huge part of the Jamaican culture and we believe such an event highlights this perfectly," he said.
Natesha Smith, Club Privilege's marketing manager, was pleased with the event.
"This is the place where expectations are met and satisfaction is ensured in the form of entertainment. Without a doubt, we have had another successful year at pleasing our patrons and living up to the Jamaican entertainment culture," she said.
These patrons took a break from
partying to pose for the Jamaica
A section of the crowd that turned out at Club Privilege’s third anniversary
party in New Kingston on Saturday.
Natesha Smith (left), Club Privilege’s marketing manager, hands over a LIME
goodie bag to patron Paulee-Ann Peart at the club’s third anniversary party in
New Kingston on Saturday. (Photos: Richard Lindo)
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