Multi Award Winning Female Saxophonist, Birmingham, UK, Jazz, Gospel, Reggae, Blues, Soul and Original Music, 'Bringing more 'wow' to your occasion'
Award winning female saxophonist. Birmingham West Midlands UK. Iconic Jazz, Gospel, Reggae, Pop, Blues, Soul and also original material written by Millicent. Recording artist. Songwriter. Pianist. Label Owner (Silver Gliss Music). Creator of Not Just Jazz. Creator and host of Cafemnee (empowering women in music project). Vocalist. Teacher. Wife and Mother.
Just a reminder that I’m speaking this afternoon on Facebook Live, at 4.35pm until 4.50pm as part of Black History Month events that the Active Well Being Society is putting on. Catch me on their Facebook page at 4.35pm today.
I mentioned on Thursday that I had found out that we in the UK can have our say about the distribution and treatment of the COVID-19 vaccine by Friday 18 September 2020. I hope you have managed to take a look and put your thoughts forward but if not this is a reminder.
I recently came across some important information and I had to let you know, just in case you were not aware. I will keep it light and brief. I’d love to have found a clever way to link music and COVID-19 in this post but I can’t think at the mo…I tell you what, I will leave one of my light hearted videos at the bottom to put a smile on your face afterwards 🙂
In the UK, there may well be something similar where you are, we can have our say about the distribution and treatment of the COVID-19 vaccine by Friday 18 September 2020…
It has been a week since I performed my song “Bridge Over Troubled Waters” in occasion of the 58th anniversary of the independence of Jamaica. It was broadcasted during the service organized by the Association of Jamaican Nationals (AJN) to a lovely audience, getting good reception and commentary despite the fact I did not play live during the Zoom meeting. Revisit it here!