July has flown by with lots of happenings.
“Sun’s Out”, my new Smooth Jazz Radio Single, was Released the Week of July 8. It was the #1 Most Added the 1st week and Most Increased Plays for the past two weeks. The response from “Sun’s Out” has been very positive.
“Her latest single, “Sun’s Out” will give you a vision of an exotic beach with that perfect coastal breeze. Yes, I’ll have a Pina Colada!”...Brenda Lorenzo, Beat Atlanta Online Magazine
I also decided to take a little detour on the way to my scheduled performance in Waterbury, Connecticut July 6 at the Brass City Jazz Fest through New York City for a few days. It was a great experience to take a Ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island on the 4th of July and see Fireworks off the Harbor of the Hudson River. I also went to the Empire State Building, One World Trace Center, walked through Central Park and saw “The Lion King” Broadway Play. It was great to walk everywhere to offset all the fabulous food. New York City never disappoints with sights and Events.
It was also announced that “FEMME FLIGHT” received an Official HMMA Award in the Jazz Division, 2019. The finals will be announced in November, 2019 in none other than Hollywood, California.
The Atlanta Chapter of the Recording Academy held its Summer Celebration Meet and Greet. It was great hearing some new music Performances and running into so many Professional music friends.
My new 5 month old puppy, Zeno, continues to get bigger every day and he is absolutely adorable.
July 2019 - wow!
I’m beyond grateful that “FemmeFlight” is on its 8th week on Billboard and has reached the Top 5 this week. For those who know me this is an incredible dream I had given up on years ago. Keep the faith and pursue your dreams with focus and hard work. It takes a village and appreciate the contributions of Ragan Whiteside, Magdalena Chovancova, Paul Brown, Nathaniel Kearney Jr, Jay Williams-Music, J Curtis McCain, Jason Gorov and Gorov Music Marketing, Allen W Kepler, Dennis Johnson, Thom TK Kidd and all the radio programmers who have supported the track. - Carol Albert