Let me share with you a hilarious short video I watched recently. Hope it ligthens your weekend!
‘Wade In The Water’ is one of those songs I am always happy to include in a performance, so, when Courtney Fadlin invited me to participate in his concert “Sax Interpretations: Ladies Edition”, I made sure to include it.
Weddings are one of my favourite events to play at. For one that I have booked later this year, I am preparing a sax cover of Alicia Keys’ hit “If I Ain’t Got You”. A couple weeks ago, I posted my work in progress, and I have loved every single comment I’ve received about it.
Some weeks ago, I mentioned I was working on a sax cover of Alicia Keys’ “If I Ain’t Got You” for a wedding happening later this month. Well, here you can listen to what I’ve got! The song is amazing and I am very happy with having it in my repertoire.
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’.