Fans delight
...as The EDGE 105FM Talent Search does St Catherine
The EDGE 105 truck rolls in to Linstead, St Catherine. (Photo:Joseph Wellington)

It was second gear for week 2 of the EDGE 105FM Talent Search last Saturday. With three stops set for the day, Linstead, St Catherine, was first. The high-energy performances were stirring in the bustling town and fans and friends pulled up to the truck to meet the personalities. Ron Muschette and DJ RichRocc ruled the streets! Here are scenes:

Ron Muschette engages Grace (centre) and Joan Baldoue in Linstead. (Photo:Joseph Wellington)
DJ RichRocc encourage's Noel "Kolla" Green before his performance on the talent search. (Photo:Joseph Wellington)
Rapila (Maxwell Granville) delivers for his fans in Linstead last Saturday. (Photo:Joseph Wellington)
Andwele Haughton, known as Andy Frass, was militant on The EDGE 105FM Talent Seach roadshow stop. (Photo:Joseph Wellington)
Godfrey Woolcock was well-received by the people gathered in Linstead last Saturday. (Photo:Joseph Wellington)
Kirt Aughie, the resident fruits man, kept busy in his stomping ground of Linstead, St Catherine, on Saturday, January 21, 2023. (Photo:Joseph Wellington)
The EDGE 105FM's Ron Muschette embraces superfan Jacqueline Oliver in Linstead on Saturday last. (Photo:Joseph Wellington)
Lenford Nembhard, known as Willy One Blood, shares on the EDGE 105 Talent Search. (Photo:Joseph Wellington)

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