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Chronixx in Kingston - Jamaica Tour

Chronixx in Kingston - Jamaica Tour

Chronixx in Kingston - Jamaica Tour

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Chronixx at the Jamaica College Auditorium

After scintillating performances in Negril and St. Elizabeth, Chronixx and the Zinc Fence Redemption Band took their ‘Capture Land’, Jamaica tour to Kingston on Saturday March 14th at the Jamaica College Auditorium.  Though the event got off to a late start the patrons were impressively tolerant as the crowd only got bigger as the start drew near.

When he started, it was a nonstop performance by Chronixx. He gave the audience just what they were waiting for as he pulled from his repertoire of hit songs. His set was further enhanced with short stories explaining the inspiration for many of the songs.   With songs like Capture Land, Who Knows, Rastaman Wheel Out, Start a Fire and Iya Walk he could do no wrong with his loyal fans, singing along with much of the lyrics. During his set, several of his colleagues such as Kabaka Pyramid, Kelissa, Jesse Royal, Keznamdi and Dre Island also performed, and they were equally well received by the audience.

The auditorium, which was filled to capacity with standing room only, was charged with energy from the beginning when he started with Alpha and Omega, to end when he obliged the audience with the calls for an encore and delivered Like a Whistle, Behind Curtain and SpurlinaViva, who is mentioned in the song was present on the grounds, taking pictures and selling the variety of natural juices which he has become increasing popular for. Every patron left the venue feeling musically fulfilled. Next stop Portland!!

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