As part of Black History Month the Active Well Being Society have invited me to give a brief talk about my music career and to take questions from the audience this Thursday, 29th October, 4.35pm.
Starts today! Season 1 of my podcast ‘Success Beyond The Score’ is on AffinityXtra radio station every other week. 12pm – 1pm. How cool is that!
After months of sanitary emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK has gotten to a point where certain restrictions can be removed without supposing a great risk for public health. Among those, we got the return of indoor performances starting August 15th, and on the same day, the government updated the guidance for the performing arts in England to reflect new Public Health England research into transmission risks from singing, wind and brass performance.
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!
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.
Some days ago, the government formally announced that indoor performances with the required measures of prevention and social distance can take place again starting August 1st, which is this Saturday.