“She’s Royal” has great lyrics, indeed, but a saxophone can sing about love just as fine, as Millicent shows in her rendition of the song. Check it out in this video, taken at the Christmas Reggae Festival 2019.
We are one month away from Valentine’s Day and the usual offers have already started to pop: romantic dinners, overnight hotel plans, cheesy movies… it can get a bit repetitive, can’t it? Well, why not try something different and attend the Valentine’s Comedy Special instead?
In this episode, Millicent brings ten rules to address the issues that arise when you work in a band or group. With these, you can smooth your workflow and help your band mates and yourself get better results.
Destiny’s Child. Beyonce. Pussycat Dolls. Nicole Scherzinger. Fifth Harmony. Camila Cabello. A group of three school friends who never made it to the stage. Rihanna. Groups and solo artists who have hit different levels of success and make you wonder…. what is better, to be in or out a band?
A big hug, and let’s give 2020 our all!
Today I’m giving away 10 points of etiquette for managing your business cards. You don’t have to be a musician to benefit from these points as they are great tips and relevant to any sector of business.
Check one of the songs Millicent performed at the Christmas Reggae Festival 2019; the lively “She’s Royal” by Jamaican-American singer Tarrus Riley.
Merry Christmas and happy holidays! Hope everybody has a wonderful time close to the people they love, and also, that most find a way to give a thought and a hand, if possible, to those who are struggling in these cold weeks of winter.
On episode 4 of Success Beyond The Score, Millicent discussed whether it is convenient for you to acquire business cards. Now, she dives in the key details to have in mind in order to achieve greater impact with business cards, like an appropriate and attractive design and the inclusion of just the right information.