One of the blessings that come with being a musician is to be part of really important events in the life of people. That, sometimes, includes the end of it; which means playing at funerals.
Votes for the third edition of the BIWSS awards are open until Saturday 30th April at 10am! If you want to support me with my song “Take Me To The King”, here’s how to do it.
Listen to my rendition of the classic among jubilee songs, ‘Wade in the Water’, as I recorded it last year for the online concert Sax Interpretations: Ladie Edition.
Let me tell you about how the Walsall Black Sisters Collective celebrated its 35th anniversary. I played the sax!
International Women’s Day 2022 is the perfect day to share with you “I’m That Woman”, the latest song by Toyin Adekale, in which I play the sax. This track is the culmination of a dream by Toyin, who composed it, and of sisterhood.
Here I leave my original song “I’d Be Blue (If I Didn’t Have You)”, part of my album Reflective Notes, as a way to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
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.
With the help of Anna Brooks, I have made the music sheets for “Kingston Town” available in my shop. Get the best for your instrument, and consider a signed copy too!