“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”.

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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.

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The Active Well Being Society’s Black History Month event consisted in several virtual talks, and I had the opportunity to be in charge of one of them. I shared my journey with getting comfortable with success as a multi-award winning saxophonist and also mentioned ten things I have learnt about success. Listen to my talk on YouTube!

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In occasion of the 58th Anniversary of Jamaican Independence, back in July this year, the Association of Jamaican Nationals of Birmingham here in the UK held a virtual event through Zoom. To enliven the celebration, I offered a virtual performance in which I played ‘Bridge Over Troubled Waters’ by Simon & Garfunkel. Relive the moment and listen to my cover of this great song to close your weekend with a high note.

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On August 9th this year, I performed at the Association of Jamaican Nationals service of praise and thanksgiving, for the 58th anniversary of Jamaica’s independence. Safety measures and lockdown were more strict at that moment, so the concert was held over Zoom and YouTube Live and my performance was pre-recorded.

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