It is hard to believe the concert will take place next Friday. Time flies when you are working hard, after all, but don’t let the fact that there are just a few days left fool you: we still have tons of info to share about the team that makes Not Just Jazz possible, and we have not revealed all the surprises we have in store in regards of the tickets yet either 😉
From now until the day of the concert, you will receive one of my songs for free when buying a NJJ5 ticket. Just check your inbox after your purchase and you will see how to proceed. This applies to all methods of payment!
Since 2018, the UK committed to celebrate Windrush Day every year on June 22, to honor the British Caribbean community. For the ocassion, the Musicians Union invited Millicent to write for the guest blog, exploring the impact that the Windrush Generation has had on her and the British music scene as a whole.
‘Superstition’ by Stevie Wonder was one of the highlights of Millicent’s overall amazing performance at the first ever carnival in Leatherhead, which took place on May 27th. It will also be part of Not Just Jazz 5, Millicent’s own annual show. Get your tickets today!
May is almost over, and soon a new musician will be featured in A-Spire magazine. This does not mean that the interview that I had with them after winning the April contest will be taken off the site, but hey, while it is still fresh and in the front page, better to give it a listen, right? 😉
First of all, thanks again for voting for me in the A-Spire competition. It was because of your support that I got featured in the May edition of the magazine. Listen to the audio interview on their website or here.
I listen to a lot of very different music. I enjoy a variety of styles and I am always up to explore new genres, looking for inspiration, motivation and the pure happiness that music can bring. Surfing around the web, I came across this star from Kazakhstan about a month ago.
It has been a while since the last time I shared my Spotify page. As this cold Sunday could use some cheering, I thought it was a good chance to remind you all that eight of my tracks can be found in this platform an several others, including Amazon and iTunes.
The jazz bar and café RJJZ (Arch 24, 208 Livery Street, Birmingham) will celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th with a showcase of female talent. Millicent will join with her music.