Jammin' on the High Seas

April 2004
Mix;Apr2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p84
In January 2004, passengers aboard the Imperial Majesty Regal Empress cruise ship left port in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and headed toward Nassau, The Bahamas. For four days and four nights, Jam Cruise participants took in the sights and rays of these beautiful cities, while rockin' out to performers Galactic, Keller Williams, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, the Disco Biscuits, Bill Nershi and many others. Front-of-house engineer Kevin Browning, finds Mixing on air deck in the middle of the Atlantic quite a unique experience.


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