We are now just four days away from the launch of The Jolly Boys’ album “Great Expectation” in France and while ‘the boys’ are currently back at home in Port Antonio, Jamaica we’ve still got some unseen photos of The Jolly Boys in Paris (and even exclusive footage of Albert Minott in Paris from 2009). The Jolly Boys were in Paris to record interviews and appearances on two ARTE Tv shows: the Tracks Cirkus 20th Anniversary Special and One Shot Not.
While visiting the offices of PIAS in France in 2009, The Jolly Boys’ lead singer Albert Minott strummed a lovely rendition of New Order’s “Blue Monday” on his guitar, as a treat we’ve now posted it for you to see.
Now for more photos of The Jolly Boys in Paris!
(Dale “Dizzle” Virgo by the river Seine in Paris, France)
(Lenford “Brutus” Richards by the bank of the river Seine in Paris)
(Albert Minott at the Eiffel Tower)
The Tracks Cirkus 20th Anniversary Special will air on Thursday December 2, 2010 at 22:25, just four days before The Jolly Boys return to Paris for a performance at La Maroquinerie!
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