Women singing the blues! Honey Jazz Barbados TV Show starts this Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

Women singing the blues! That is what the upcoming Honey Jazz Barbados television show is all about.

This three-part series will première this Saturday, November 2, at 7:30 p.m. on CBC TV8 and broadcast each week at that time. It will also repeat on Thursdays at 11:30 a.m.

This extraordinary showcase features Betty Payne, Mandy Cummins, Rhesa Garnes, Gigi Ma’at, Niki Nicole, Debbie Reifer and Christal Austin - all performing jazz classics from Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone, Ray Charles and many others.

This extraordinary showcase features Betty Payne, Mandy Cummins, Rhesa Garnes, Gigi Ma’at, Niki Nicole, Debbie Reifer and Christal Austin – all performing jazz classics from Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone, Ray Charles and many others. (CLICK FOR BIGGER)

If you enjoy authentic music and powerful voices, this is not a show to miss!

Honey Jazz was conceptualised as a fundraising event to support the Honey Jam Barbados artistic developmental workshops and showcase. It was staged at the Frank Collymore Hall in January 2013.

The television show, Honey Jazz Barbados, is proudly sponsored by Claytons Kola Tonic.

Claytons Kola Tonic is owned and made in Barbados. This unique drink is also a proud sponsor of the Honey Jam Barbados TV Show.

According to Marketing Manager of Claytons Kola Tonic, Cheryl Armstrong, “We are excited to help highlight the bright stars of Barbados, not only local products, but also Barbadian singers who have what it takes to make it in the entertainment world. We encourage them to pursue their dreams and to let the wider world know what Barbados has to offer. Whether it is singing talent, or things we produce, Barbados is able to compete on the world stage in an amazing amount of arenas.”

Once again, we thank Claytons Kola Tonic for supporting Honey Jazz and Honey Jam Barbados. Check out the Claytons Kola Tonic Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ClaytonsKolaTonic

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