Reggae recording artiste Defranco perform at Jazz and Blues 2013

De Franco gave a stunning performance at the 17th Annual staging of Jamaica’s Jazz and Blues Festival in Greenfield, Trelawney on Saturday, February 26, 2013

International Reggae Artist De Franco gave a superb performance at Jamaica’s Jazz and Blues Festival 17th Annual staging on February 26, 2013. Organizers, patrons and media houses flocked the talent stage after hearing his smooth but strong vocals and lyrical compilation.

De Franco grace the stage at 6:15pm and delivered three (3) of Dennis Brown’s Finest; “Wolf and Leopards”, “Promise Land” and “Here I come”. After which he performed the number one track from his album – Journey called “Give You What You Want” which sky-rocketed to # 2 on Reggae France top 10 songs and “It’s No Fun” (track #4).

The Jamaican born reggae artiste gave an encore performance which lead to him being recalled to the stage later that night at 12:40am, after the main performance of John Legend. With his backing band “One knock”, De Franco gave an amazing performance that had the audience stimulated from the get go.

Look out for De Franco….more shows to come in 2013!

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