Yolanda Brown

    As the audience filed out of the Indigo2, some stragglers remained to catch a glimpse of the performer in the hopes of securing an autograph or merely a hello and a wink from the cheeky saxophonist, who quickly figured out that her audience were slightly inept at following the 1, 2, 3, clap instructions that only gifted musicians can manage.


    Her performance was marred by one thing, the fact that I was distracted by the bling bling wedding and engagement ring that shone brighter than anything including the red and blue spotlights that flooded the stage.


    I first saw Yolanda Brown perform three years ago and since then her entourage has grown but some things have remained the same; her enthusiasm and megawatt smile still captures the audience who focused intently as she invited us to join her as she said goodbye to the old and hello to the new.


    Among her own creations like ‘Pembury’ and ‘Polish Jerk’, which was written by her Polish keyboard player and herself, (he being Polish and her a jerk chicken loving Jamaican) were the chart topping hits like Michael Jackson’s ‘Butterflies’ and Robin Thicke’s ‘Lost Without You’. But don’t get her wrong, she is no cover artist and will prove just that when her album is released next year.


    We can’t wait.

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