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Beres Hammond at St. Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival 2015

Beres Hammond at St. Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival 2015

Beres Hammond at St. Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival 2015

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Beres Hammond and his Harmony House band played in St Lucia in May.

On Friday, May 8th Beres Hammond and the Harmony House Band were one of the featured artistes on this year’s St. Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival which was held in Pigeon Island, Rodney Bay. The lineup for Friday night also included local based artiste Meshach, Barbados based soca band Krosfayah and Trinidadian, Edwin Yearwood.

They all gave tremendous performances, but it was when the musical maestro Beres Hammond graced the stage that the crowd erupted in a frenzy. Performing to a packed venue filled with mostly females, he captivated the audience with a string of hit songs such as Love from a Distance, I Wish, Rockaway, What One Dance Can Do and Double Trouble. During his set the singer came off the stage to interact with his fans in the audience, it was then that the ladies went wild trying to get a touch of their beloved singer. After being absent from the St. Lucia Jazz festival for more than five years one could feel the warmth that was dished out to him by his loyal fans. The festival which spanned over a two week period from April 30- May 10, 2015 featured the likes of singer/songwriter Robin Thicke, two-time Grammy winner Jon Secada, Jamaican reggae musician and actor Jimmy Cliff, Arturo Tappin, Latin sensation Timbalive, American rapper Flo Rida, acclaimed Paris-based pianist Alain Jean-Marie and two-time Grammy nominee Joey DeFranceso featuring Grant Stewart.  

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