My version of ‘Take Me To The King’ gives an uplifting instrumental reggae twist to the chart topping Gospel and Contemporary Christian song originally performed by Tamela Mann and written by Kirk Franklin.
Here’s my reggae sax version of ‘She’s Royal’ by Tarrus Riley, as I recorded it for the Jamaica Floods Fundraising concert 2021, one year ago.
Today I want to bring back this interpretation I made of Mary Mary’s song “Shackles”, in the Mandisa version.
Here is a clip of me playing “You Raise Me Up”, a song originally written by Rolf Lovland and Brendan Joseph Graham, and made famous by Josh Groban.
This is a quick reminder about the promo currently available in my shop: for a limited time, if you buy one copy of my album “Reflective Notes”, you will get another one for free. These are physical, signed copies, and I ship worldwide. Music is a fantastic Christmas gift, be for yourself or for someone you care about, so don’t hesitate, get your CDs now so, maybe, they can arrive on time for Boxing Day 🙂
A new edition of Courtney Fadlin’s “Sax Interpretations” took place yesterday via livestream from New York City! I had a great time performing for it (in the comfort of my house in UK) and rocking my new hat by June Francis. Listen to “I Will Run To You”, one of the songs I played for the event.
Autumn might be near, but days are still warm and we can celebrate many things before students go back to school and leaves turn from green to orange. If you are planning a celebration of any kind and wish to have a live sax performance in your event, go enquire through the booking section of my website and we will get everything sorted in no time.
‘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.