Remember how I told you I was being interviewed live some days ago? Well, the final talk is up on YouTube so you can revisit it or watch it if you missed the event!
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.
One day to go! It’s gonna be great! Watch an all female Sax line-up from the comfortable of your arm chair. It’s an online Gospel Music event tomorrow Saturday 27th June, Eastern Standard Time 6pm or UK 11pm
Listen to Millissa Jayne’s interview with Gary Dixon, talking about ‘Just The Way You Are’ and about my single ‘Take Me To The King’
The Facebook Live session I had on March 27th was a lovely evening, and I am happy to revisit it from time to time. If you want to do so or you missed the stream, now you can watch the video on Facebook or my official YouTube channel.
Great news! The reggae version of ‘Just The Way You Are’, sung by Sandii McCalla, with me on Sax and produced by GLR Records Ltd has reached Number 1 on the Stevie J Global Charts. We’re hoping to keep it there at number one for another week, and you can help!
Cafemnee, Millicent’s very own network of female musicians, will have a workshop this upcoming Saturday 9th November. As part of the activities of the day, Millicent will teach vocal improvisation.