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Grace Jones to perform at Sporting Summer Festival

Grace Jones to perform at Sporting Summer Festival

By Staff Writer - May 22, 2018

Grace Jones performing on February 18, 2018. Photo: Flickr PeterTea
Grace Jones performing on February 28, 2018. Photo: Flickr PeterTea

Singer, actress, sulphurous icon of the 80s New York, queen of disco, muse of Andy Warhol … Grace Jones has lived a thousand lives, SBM says.

After twenty years of silence, she released a new album recorded in her home country, Jamaica, in 2008 with reggae legends Sly & Robbie. The public and critical reception was so positive that the pop diva has been touring the world ever since with a spectacular show highlighting her avant-garde look and extravagant headdresses, which continue to work wonder, the casino and hotel operator says.

As part of the Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival 2018, Grace Jones will come to Monaco on August 6 to dance the Libertango on the stage of the Salle des Etoiles.

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