As a treat, you can download the instrumental version of my original song ‘My Love’ just by clicking here.
During my performance yesterday on “Sax Interpretations: Ladies Edition”, there was a little confusion among viewers as to how to donate to support me, so I thought I should come and explain how to do it and what a donation would accomplish.
Some weeks ago, I shared a video of my first big stage sax performance back in 1990. The footage brought some good memories to Charmain, as she let me know in the following message.
For a limited time, I’ve made the instrumental version of my original song “My Love” free to download.
Last Monday, we commemorated International Women’s Day. We had the opportunity to reflect and have a conversation about the issues that still stand in the way of gender equality. It is important that we don’t let the interest die with the change of day. That’s why today I recommend the reading “Gender Disparity In UK Jazz – A Discussion”.
Are you thinking about your plans for Valentine’s Day? Whatever you have in mind (and especially if you are going to stay home) music is essential, and my album “Reflective Notes” has the right vibes for the occasion.
No level of sophistication reached by online music platforms will ever beat the great feeling of having a physical copy of your favourite album or single, even less when it comes signed specially for you! For this reason, I have a limited number of copies of my album “Reflective Notes” available in my webstore.
Looking for something great to do between Christmas and New Year’s Eve? Well, the 3:16 Christmas Gospel Showcase by the Well is happening on the 27th December at 7pm UK time, and it will feature some incredible acts from all over United Kingdom.
Two of my projects were featured in Sammy Stein’s third book, which is called ‘Gender Disparity in UK Jazz – A discussion’, and this one is already out and ready for you to pick a copy. You can find it in Kindle at Amazon UK or elsewhere at just £2.00 as an eBook, £15 as a paperback.