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January 21, 2014
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Reggae artistes to thrill NY in pre-Valentine's concert

Music lovers in New York (NY) are in for a fun-filled night of reggae and dancehall music at the pre-Valentine's event billed 'Ladies Ball - Love Satisfaction', which will take place at the Amazura Concert Hall in Queens on February 8.

Confirmed acts include Tarrus Riley,Sanchez, Christopher Martin, I-Octane, and Kranium.

"For a long time, we have wanted to do something very special for the ladies in the tri-state area, and with Valentine's Day just a few weeks away, the time is perfect to showcase some of the top reggae-dancehall stars from Jamaica in an intimate, up close and personal concert in Queens. The line-up will also include Kranium, an upcoming performer who is destined to be a future star someday," said Bobby Clarke, the promoter.

After numerous sold-out performances in the tri-state area, it is safe to say that Sanchezis loved by his NY fans. He is one of the all-time favourite performers who transforms his audience into a mass choir at his live concerts. He epitomises elegance and style and is always elegantly attired, giving fans the ultimate in appearance and presentation. His selection of songs ranges from lovers rock reggae to soulful R&B to hardcore dancehall, balanced by gospel selections that enhance the spiritual vibes during his performance.Sanchezis returning to Queens armed with a huge catalogue of hits and will be ready to deliver his best performance yet.

Last summer when Chris Martin performed in NY at the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival, he had the ladies eating out of the palm of his hands as he crooned hits like Cheaters Prayer, Chill Spot, and Mama.

A lot is also expected from rising star I-Octane, who had fans in a tizzy when he ripped the stage at Irie Jamboree on Labor Day Sunday last summer at the Barclays Center. Another stellar performance is expected from him, while Tarrus Riley, a crowd favourite in NY, has the stage presence and the catalogue of hits to steal the show.

"Not everyone will be going out to a show on Valentine's Day as they might want to engage in an intimate dinner for two. some might want to relax at home, so doing a special event like this for the ladies is like the prelude to the real celebration," said Clarke.

Music at the event will be provided by Dubb Master Chris, Calli B, and DJ Roy and his team of DJs from Road International.

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