WATCH: Sanchez rocks Ranny Williams centre
Sanchez performing at a free concert held ay the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre on Thursday. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Sanchez was the headliner for Thursday evening's free concert at Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre in St Andrew.

The singer went through his vast catalogue of hit songs, including ‘Love Should Have Brought You Home’, ‘Where Ever I Lay My Hat’, and ‘Talk To You But It's Not The Same’, much to the delight of the guests who sang along.

He also paid tribute to Dennis Brown and Gregory Isaacs with covers of ‘Here I Come’ and ‘Night Nurse’, respectively.

Flourgon also shared the stage with Sanchez for ‘Love Mi Lover Bad’.

The event, hosted by the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission, was part of the 2023 Reggae Month activities.

-- Brian Bonitto

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