JAZZ AND BLUES: Mariah Carey - one of the best
Mariah Carey during her performance. (PHOTO: PHILLIP LEMONTE)

FLORENCE HALL, Trelawny - Not even the threat of rain at the Trelawny Stadium, could dampen the performance of American R&B superstar Mariah Carey here on the second night of Jazz and Blues 2015.

The American had the audience on their feet throughout her marathon performance which saw her moving seamlessly from one hit to another from her extensive catalogue.

The Grammy - award winning singer who was obviously enjoying herself while on stage gave the large and appreciative audience what they wanted -  'Touch My Body', 'Give it to Me', 'Beautiful', 'Vision of Love', 'Don't Let Go', 'Always Be My Baby' and more.

Carey who interacted with patrons throughout her act, seemingly could do no wrong and even after she exited the stage, they clamoured for her return, but it was not to be.

Carey truly delivered in what many regard as one of the best ever performances at Jazz and Blues over the year.


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