I am part of a songwriting contest centered around this present pandemic and global crisis Covid 19! Artists were asked to share a new original song that conveyed how they feel about the present pandemic and a message they’d like to express. It could be comedic, or serious etc. Out of 300 plus submissions, I was called a few days or so ago to be notified that “Sanctified And Sanitized” (Wash Your hands) had landed in the Top 10! PLEASE GO And VOTE for “Sanctified AND Sanitized”. First round voting ends May 15th.
Hey there Peeps! It’s me…Psalmoetry! Here’s video footage to share with you this Valentine’s Weekend, 2020! Several beautiful couples came out to be part of an inspiring Pre Valentine’s Day event my husband Terrence and I hosted in tandem with the Marriage Matters group we’re part of. Through out it you will hear my new single “If I Could Give You The World” dedicated to my hubby and soon to be released on popular music streaming outlets everywhere! Check it out! (Also, peep my boy Salt as he turns up on the mic! Peace and Love
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I went for an audition back in July for the Musical Production of Disaster… a 70’s Slapstick comedy by Seth Rudetsky, which played on Broadway. For my audition I had to choose a disco song from the 70’s/80’s era and sing a verse and chorus of it. When my husband saw me looking over different songs to choose from he encouraged me to do “Radio” by Donna Summer. He felt my tone would fit it well. Well, to feel the disco vibe as I practiced for my audition, I went out and purchased some disco balls for the atmosphere, LOL! Here’s a video of me practicing… the one in person with the director went much better, lol, but here’s what I got…
Check out some of the comments below that I received when posting this practice audition on Facebook!
A MUST HEAR!…very cinematic! Let me know your thoughts, about it, thanks! Click the video link to hear music by Ayanna “Psalmoetry ” Lewis (production by Terrence Lewis), see photos of the Playwright and cast of The Mask Stage Play 2016, and get the information needed in order to purchase your tickets for this compelling and riveting play! *** Do note, because of the nature and subject matter that each character is walking through, this play has been rated by Sandra A Wright (the writer) as PG 14. Show dates: Saturday July 16th (7:30 PM) and Sunday July 17 (5:30 PM) We hope to see you there!