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Hi Hassanah, I just thought I had to let you know that I have played your song "Ride" for a few years now and I never get tired of it. You are a really talented singer. I also heard the track on your page. It sounds really mellow and really good. I am glad I found somewhere where I could contact you and let you know that your music is being appreciated and enjoyed daily by me. I hope you have a lovely day. K STONE.
Thank you! I so appreciate your support and I’m so glad you are enjoying the music…that’s what its all about!
On Wednesday last week I did a show at the Moca Cafe in Miami. it was a night featuring Poets and Jazz and I was Honored to be the featured performer! It was very nice night, the band was excellent which is always a wonderful thing!
Before the show
with one of the great musicians, Mustafa (saxophone)
One of the other Performers ‘Stichez’ the Poetess (Bet 106 and Park Finalist)
Thanks to the beautiful Marjory Sheba for inviting me to perform. If you are ever need somewhere sophisticated to go on a Wednesday night in Miami definitely check the Moca Cafe Poetry Night.
I recently performed at the Rhode Island Reggae Festival with Junior Marvin. Many of you already know the name but just in case, Junior Marvin is the original guitar player from Bob Marley and the Wailers. you can see him in the recent documentary ‘Marley’ on VH1. ( I actually ended up watching it the day before our first rehearsal.) I had never been to Rhode Island before. It was a lovely afternoon on the wharf.
Bushman performed before we went on stage
On stage with Junior and Simone
Everyone out enjoying the show and the weather
Me and Lisa after the show (another great singer)
The people were great and it’s always nice to work with musicians who worked with the great Bob Marley. I always end up learning something new and valuable about him. For instance I didn’t know that Bob was never late! He was always the first one there and the last to leave for rehearsals, soundchecks etc.(I need to take notes on that one) and if something needed to be done he would do it himself, like sweeping the floor etc..
also according to Junior, one of the things Bob said that I found quite profound, was that he didnt want to work with the best musicians.he wanted to work with those that were the most interested. Wow, food for thought!
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