Josey Wales Returns In Fine Form To West Palm Jerk Festival
New York, New York -- Dancehall veteran Josey Wales does it again! After making a triumphant return to New York recently, Florida's West Palm Jerk Festival on Sunday saw the deejay in fine form thrilling both young and mature members of the audience.
Taking the stage Josey Wales wasted no time in reminding all of his legacy in Dancehall. The thousands of patrons in attendance were treated to his well loved catalogue as he performed hits such as Undercover Lover, Nah lef Ya, Leggo mi Hand as well as introduced new singles Love triangle and Pull up your pants.
Backstage Josey was bombarded by fellow artistes and patrons taking pictures and signing autographs as well as greeting old friends many of whom he hadn't seen in over 13 years.
Other featured top acts included Marcia Griffiths, Frankie Paul and Mr. Vegas who called on Josey to perform and assist him with the remix of Sweet Sweet Jamaica. The two closed the show leaving the huge crowd on hand fully satisfied.
Josey Wales also known as 'the Colonel' is now back in studio working on new material to keep pace with fresh demands. He recently reunited with artiste Brigadier Jerry, and the Stur Gav crew which includes U Roy and Charlie Chaplin. Together they did two shows hosted by Irish and Chin Inc, held in the Bronx and Brooklyn, which are still being talked about. Josey Wales rejuvenated career proves that good music and great performances are still in demand!