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.
Two years ago, I had the pleasure to perform ‘Old Rugged Cross’, one of my favourite hymns, on the Easter Sunday celebration service of Triumphant Church International. It was a beautiful evening in their London location, and now that we are spending Easter at home due to the circumstances, I am finding peace in revisiting it.
Today, I bring a little surprise for you. I have shared already the instrumental version of my original song “My Love” before, but this video (taken before lockdown) in which I perform the vocal version live, isn’t even public on YouTube yet!
This really is a blast from the past! Recently, I was sent a copy of my first big stage sax performance, a rendition of ‘How Great Thou Art’ recorded in 1990 (oh my, that’s 30 years ago) by Sapphire Video Services Ltd.
This is the second of two songs I performed for the Jamaica Flood Appeal fundraiser on Saturday 30th Jan 2021, during lockdown. Shake a leg wherever you are to these Caribbean Folk Songs, a medley of ‘Linstead Market’, ‘Lang Time Gyal’ and ‘Yellow Bird’.
“Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran celebrates long-lasting love, the kind that thrives like a little plant on the kitchen window when is watered with care. It is a good song to celebrate your significant other during Valentine’s Day, but also in any other occasion. My sax cover of the song is included in my album “Reflective Notes”.
Valentine’s Day is approaching and I find myself remembering some of the songs I have devoted to the theme of love.
Sax cover video of ‘I Will Run To You’ which is the Alvin Slaughter arrangement of Darlene Zschech (Hillsong) song.
Looking for some reggae sax music? Why not check out my reggae sax version of the timeless Hymn ‘How Great Thou Art’. It’s one of my favourite hymns I sang in the Youth Choir, although played in a more traditional style with Organ or Band then but today I’ve gone for my reggae roots.