The first season of my podcast Success Beyond The Score had an amazing reception on the first two platforms I chose for it: SoundCloud and iTunes. That is what encouraged me to search for more podcast plaforms, where I could reach people who could potentially benefit from the info and themes discussed in SBTS. Help me choose some!
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!
Thinking about your interest in the show and that you might be interested in the current activities of the band as well, I decided use a weekly space in my platform to tell you about what the different members of the Not Just Jazz band are doing. This week, I want to talk about my amazing guitarist, Reuben Reynolds!
Today I performed ‘Bridge Over Troubled Waters’ at the Association of Jamaican Nationals service of praise and thanksgiving, for the 58th anniversary of Jamaica’s independence. Although there is some easing in the UK, live performances are still not up and running so this event and my playing was a lockdown performance over Zoom and YouTube Live…
This week I was recording my performance of ‘Bridge Over Troubled Waters’ for Sunday’s Gig. I was ploughing through the footage and came across some incidents where we had to touch things up before moving on. At the time I didn’t pay much attention to them as I was so focused on getting things right but watching back I found them funny and and I thought I’d share them with you. Hopefully they’ll bring a smile to your face too.
Jamaica gained independence from the United Kingdom on August 6th, 1962. That means that today is the 58th anniversary of this very important event! To commemorate and celebrate the occasion, the Association of Jamaican Nationals (AJN) of Birmingham here in the UK will celebrate a service via Zoom this Sunday, August 9th, at 3:00 PM BST.
From everything I have written, there is a song that has become very relevant in these times. It is ‘I will go on’, which I created as a tribute to a dear friend who passed away many years ago. I want you to listen to it with me. To conmemorate those who have left us, and to promise them we’ll keep living and celebrating the life of those who have survived the disease and those who keep taking all the necessary precautions for the virus not to spread further.
I have nothing but love and admiration for Aretha Franklin, the queen of soul. She made music like no other and her voice carried such strength and message that it was difficult for me to imagine someone else getting to her level. Well, Jennifer Hudson came to challenge this notion and won