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December 12, 2012
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Ellis International set to take on music production

Contributed - Rozah Roze

Having established itself as a growing force in Jamaican entertainment with outstanding work in live theatre, stand-up comedy and television production, Ellis International is now getting set to make its official foray into the world of music production with the release of a special Christmas time single - an acoustic remake of the Alton Ellis classic Christmas Coming.

Recorded at the company's new Cave Recording Studio on Slipe Road in Cross Roads, the song is performed by Alton's eldest offspring, the multifaceted Noel Ellis.

He's known to some Jamaican audiences as an eccentric and hilarious singer of irreverent parodies or the crazy Rasta man with the signature line "lock it back!" from the Ity and Fancy Cat Show, but Noel, who goes by the stage name 'Rozah Roze', usually becomes transformed and exposes his serious and sensitive side whenever he performs renditions of his father's mega hits.

He is an entertaining and engaging performer who lived and made a name in Canada for several years, but returned home after his father's passing in 2008.

Ellis International is getting set to serve up another bellyful of laughter at the ninth staging of their annual Christmas Comedy Cookup scheduled for Wednesday December 26 at the Wyndham Kingston hotel.

Rozah Roze, who's one of the featured performers, is promising to delight the audience with his soulful and sober side as well as his wild, crazy and unpredictable side.

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