The bio is one of the essential parts of the press kit, so this episode is entirely dedicated to it: what it is for, how to write it, what to include in it, and so on.
Tune in tomorrow at 6:30 PM through the Facebook fanpage and enjoy live songs, learn about all the projects and resources Millicent already has online, and get on board with exciting new projects in both this platform and Cafemnee.
It has been a while since the last time I shared here something of I am working on, hasn’t it? Well, here you have one of the songs by Nat King Cole I am adding to my repertoire for public and private events alike. Nat King Cole’s music is a gem and I am very happy to pay homage to his creativity in my performances.
A press kit might sound as a very grandiose thing, something that only famous people with managers and exclusive labels have. However, you’ll be surprised of how soon in your career someone will ask for yours! Press kits make life easier for promoters and event organizers, and they also help you maintain a solid, stylish and reliable image as a professional artiste.
The Valentines Comedy Special at Luton’s Library Theatre took place last Saturday 15th February and it was a delightful night! For those of you who couldn’t attend (and those who did and want to revisit the good memories) here is a clip of my take on Simon and Garfunkel’s beautiful song “Bridge Over Troubled Waters”. Hope it helps you start the week with a smile!
It’s not only about music! Community projects, school programmes, artistic performances, etc are just some of the ways Birmingham City Council will be showing the eclectic culture of Birmingham and the West Midlands for the Commonwealth Games in 2022 being hosted here in the UK.
I will perform at SHAPE’s Spring Charity Fundraising Ball, which will take place on Saturday 18th April at The H Suite (Icknield Port Road, Birmingham, B16 0AA)
I am happy to say Sound Connections has invited me to make the keynote speech of their event “Get Business Ready”, dedicated to entrepreneurship in music.
The way your instrument is built and the quality of its parts and accesories play a more important role than we tend to keep in mind. In my case, I trust Harry Hartmann’s fiberreeds for my sax, and here I explain you why.