Here’s my reggae sax version of ‘She’s Royal’ by Tarrus Riley, as I recorded it for the Jamaica Floods Fundraising concert 2021, one year ago.
Last July the women put on a private online concert to close friends and family. This time it’s going public! In two weeks time, Saturday 29th January 6.30pm (UK), they will be performing again and you can be there too.
With the help of Anna Brooks, I have made the music sheets for “Kingston Town” available in my shop. Get the best for your instrument, and consider a signed copy too!
Today I want to bring back this interpretation I made of Mary Mary’s song “Shackles”, in the Mandisa version.
In this episode, we are going to hear at least three essential tips that you can do now to make it in the music industry and build a full-time career, by each one of my amazing guests.
Here is a clip of me playing “You Raise Me Up”, a song originally written by Rolf Lovland and Brendan Joseph Graham, and made famous by Josh Groban.
We are getting close to the end of 2021, and also to the end of this season of my podcast Success Beyond The Score. It is a time of reflection on the achievements and hardships of the year, and that’s why, for this episode, I brought together the thoughts of my guests about the coronavirus pandemic.
This is a quick reminder about the promo currently available in my shop: for a limited time, if you buy one copy of my album “Reflective Notes”, you will get another one for free. These are physical, signed copies, and I ship worldwide. Music is a fantastic Christmas gift, be for yourself or for someone you care about, so don’t hesitate, get your CDs now so, maybe, they can arrive on time for Boxing Day 🙂
Get music sheets for saxophone to learn how to play “Kingston Town” the way I do it. The transcription was made by Anna Brooks Arrangements.