Alicia Keys Booked For 2004 Festivals

Now booked to star in the seventh annual Air Jamaica Jazz & Blues
Festival, scheduled for January 22 through 25, 2004, Alicia Keys will head
the bill on Saturday, January 24, in a performance at Jamaica`s Cinnamon
Hill Golf Course in Rose Hall, Montego Bay.

This hot singer`s new album, The Diary of Alicia Keys, has topped two of
Billboard`s albums charts, with U.S. sales exceeding 618,000 units in the
first week of release, according to http://www.rockonthenet.com/. Ms. Keys
also holds the current top Billboard singles spot with her song, You Don`t
Know My Name. Her debut album, Songs in A Minor, hit the stores like a
tornado in 2001, selling over seven million copies and garnering five
Grammy awards, including the Best New Album and Best Song titles.

The 2004 festival`s dazzling line-up of celebrity performers includes
India.Arie, Nancy Wilson, Beres Hammond, Cassandra Wilson, Bobby Womack,
Monty Alexander, Kenny Rogers, Michael McDonald and Omar Cunningham. The
late Johnny Cash, who made a home in Montego Bay, will be honored in a
special tribute. The festival is now an enormously popular annual event,
and offers an excellent opportunity to explore this leading Caribbean
destination.
Tickets are priced at US$45 per day on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and
$20 for the program on Sunday. A toll-free number with festival details
will be effective from January 2 for U.S. callers: 1-888-466-1811. The
schedule of performances follows, and can be viewed at
http://www.airjamaica.com/jazzandblues.asp.

Affordable, value-added, packages are offered by Air Jamaica Vacations,
making a visit to Jamaica for this upbeat festival a must for music
lovers. Call Air Jamaica Vacations at 1-800-LOVEBIRD; or visit
http://www.airjamaica.com/jazzandblues.asp; or call your travel agent.

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