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Regina Belle to Headline Perry’s Pre-Mother’s Day Event in Jamaica

Regina Belle
Regina Belle

Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Regina Belle will make her way back to Jamaica on May 6, where she will be headlining Perry's Pre-Mother's Day Event at Hope Gardens in Kingston. The event is organized by businessman Peter Perry and is set to be a night of great music and entertainment for patrons.

Alongside Belle, the event will feature performances by the Queen of Reggae, Marcia Griffiths, as well as stalwarts Glen Washington and George Nooks. The event is the spiritual successor to Perry's All-White Birthday Affair, which was held in Spanish Town back in 2019 and headlined by R&B trailblazers The Manhattans. The event drew thousands of patrons and was a massive success.

Regina Belle is no stranger to performing in Jamaica, having previously performed at the Liguanea Club in 2019 and the Air Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival in 2011. Belle got her start in music as the opening act for The Manhattans, and she later collaborated with the group on the song "Where Did We Go Wrong," which attracted the attention of Columbia Records. The label signed Belle to a record deal, and she released her debut album "All by Myself" in 1987. In 1993, she received not one, but two Grammy Awards for the song "A Whole New World," which she recorded with Peabo Bryson.

Perry's Pre-Mother's Day Event promises to be an evening of great entertainment, with performances by some of the most talented musicians in the industry. Belle's return to Jamaica is eagerly anticipated, and fans are expected to turn out in droves to see her perform live. With the event set to take place at the iconic Hope Gardens in Kingston, it's sure to be a night to remember for all who attend.


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