Scheduled for January 22 through 25, 2004, the seventh annual Air Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival will feature a dazzling line-up of celebrity performers. Among them are India.Arie, Nancy Wilson, Beres Hammond, Cassandra Wilson, Bobby Womack, Monty Alexander, Kenny Rogers, Omar Cunningham and Michael McDonald.The location is the Cinnamon Hill Golf Course, named for the Jamaica home of the late Johnny Cash, who will be honored in a special tribute. His enchanting house is tucked away beside the lush courses in Rose Hall, Montego Bay. The festival is now a popular annual event, and offers an excellent opportunity to explore this leading Caribbean destination.Enthusiastic about the growth of this major music festival, organiser Walter Elmore commented, “Attendance has multiplied five times since the festival launched in 1996 and we are attracting wonderful musicians to participate. This year’s program is an exciting one, and we have visitor bookings from all over the world. It’s a great time to be on-island.“Tickets are priced at US$45 per day on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and $20 for the program on Sunday. The schedule of performances follows, and can be viewed at www.airjamaica.com/jazzandblues.asp.