Posted: July 1, 2014 Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Aremuorin, Jordan Shaw, Layton, Love, Mary Mac, MercyfulGrace, MercyfulGrace Blog, Misunderstood, Musicals, R&B/Soul, West End
So hanging out with a bunch of performers, thespians and glamour show queens in London proved fun for many reasons. Seeing, the next wave and new grads of the London Music scene was very refreshing. It was like the black invasion tonight.
Àrèmúorin with Group ‘Misunderstood’ :: after their set :: of originals and a cover of John Legend ::
MISUNDERSTOOD on Stage ::
From show tune belters to female impersonations; I could not help but chuckle all night. Great atmosphere and people. You might wanna check this out if you want some alternative down time fun.
Misunderstood, were show highlights and so was Jordan Shaw. BOTH were really eye catching promising talents to look out for.
Jordan Shaw and a fellow colleague
Could NOT forget the POP Mashups from – Mary Mac. Bizzarely
underrated but with truthful, heartfelt truths, you can’t ignore it when life imitates art to a T.
Mary Mac in on Stage (Short After her set) ::
“17And Jesus said to them, “Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.” And they were amazed at Him”. :: Mark 12:17 ::
I think blessings are not how much money. I think blessings are when you are alive. Cuz when you are alive you are living. It’s really funny how many people have all the blessings they think will keep them going – but are never truly, happy, or living a happy life (the dream). Why? The love of money brings more drama.
There is only true blessing indeed and it’s Love* :: In it we find all the blessings we need. Cuz that is what Love would do – if you really, really know what I’m talking about :: It takes time – but eventually we do arrive if – we are lucky enough to recognise it – in GREAT TIME ::
Kinky Cabaret, Mondays @Freedom ::
Wardour Street – London W1V