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February 24, 2014
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Sanchez delivers at Bobby Clarke, Irie Jam Radio Ladies' Ball


International reggae crooner Sanchez wowed the sold-out crowd at Bobby Clarke in association with Irie Jam Radio first Annual Ladies' Ball, held at Club Amazura, recently.

Entering the stage in a full suit of black, with his signature top hat, Sanchez, along with his uniformly dressed band, was ready to take this sold-out crowd down memory lane.

Starting his set with his rendition of Otis Redding's Change Gonna Come, the crowd began to cheer as Sanchez sang with ease and strolled across the beautifully-lit stage. He transitioned his set by holding a note for more than 60 seconds and started to sing some of his hits like ICant Wait, Lonely Won't Leave Me Alone, Here I Am, I'm Never Gonna Fall In Love Again, Missing You and Chronic. It was evident from the beginning that Sanchez had the crowd in the palm of his hands.

Sanchez wasted no time before his jacket came off and his hat was removed. With non-stop applause and cheering throughout his set, it was evident that the crowd couldn't get enough.

"The 45 minutes of Sanchez was just amazing. he made my night, my week, and I can't wait to see him again" said Iris Duvale, a patron.

"When he sang Lady In Red, I just could not believe how great he sound. this was my first time seeing him live and he sound so much better in person," added Patricia Thompson, another patron from Hartford, Connecticut.

Sanchez is currently promoting two singles, Buy You A Drink and Hustle In The Streets off his soon-to-be-released album.

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