Singers @ The Sunday Spot: Hosted by Adelaide Mackenzie
Sun Oct 31 2021 at 07:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Temple of Art and Music @ MM | London, EN
About this Event
TAM (The Temple of Art & Music) presents [email protected] Sunday Spot Ft. Chris Tummings & Friends! Join us on our weekly Sunday programme featuring different artists, hosts and musicians each week, bringing you amazing live music and entertainment.
This Sunday, we will be hosted by Adelaide Mackenzie.
South London born and bred. Adelaide Mackenzie, born to Jamaican parents grew up to Reggae & Soul music and was strongly influenced by this genre of music from a young age she went on to sing with the London Jazz Orchestra.
She later went on to join The Brit School of performing arts also attended by music successes such as Adele, Leona Lewis, Amy Winehouse, Floetry and Jesse J as well as many others too; and went on to join the worship team at her local church Ruach Ministries, Brixton branch.
By 2005 she launched her first album “Daily Process” at the Jazz Café in Camden, London.
She packed out the venue and continued her success with various gigs and award nominations including best single in 2004 at The GEM (Gospel Entertainment Music) Awards and in 2006 for best female gospel singer at The Oasis Music Awards.
In 2007 the BWA (Black Women In Arts) presented Adelaide Mackenzie their Nina Simone “Inspirational Artist of the year award at there annual jazz awards at The Vortex Jazz bar, Dalston, East London.
Her voice has opened doors for her, allowing her to open up for world famous artists including Alexander O’Neil, Aswad, Frankie Beverley & Maze and the Inspirational and motivational speaker & Oprah Winfrey Network host “Iyanla Vanzant”. She also supported Jazzie B of Soul2Soul at the grand opening of the Olympics 2012.
Her Vocals have also been called upon to feature on two tracks “Be Careful What You Wish For and Fort Knox” on rock star Noel Gallagher’s “High Flying Birds” Album called Adelaide recently sang along with the legendary Jean Carne at Hayling Island Soul Weekender and toured with Teedra Moses and Reggae Queen, Marcia Griffiths.
The Album titled “Simply Me” is an eclectic blend of soul, reggae and pop fused with Jazzy and gospel influences and elements of spoken word to really give people something to inspire and reflect on.
It also includes the ‘Brook Benton song “Endlessly” also covered by Randy Crawford.
Join us on Sunday for a musical treat!
Come early for dinner! TAM Bar serves a delicious and amazing menu selection. (Menu on IG)
Only food & drinks from the TAM Bar is allowed.
Your support at the TAM Bar is greatly appreciated - proceeds go into supporting TAM operations, our musicians and artists, and keeping the arts and music alive at our venue.
Date: Sunday, 31 October 2021
Time: 7:30pm - 10:30pm
Venue: TAM (Theatrery)@ Mercato Metropolitano
42 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6DR, United Kingdom
Nearest Tube: Elephant & Castle
Doors open at 6pm.
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Disclaimer: Theatrery (TAM) is entitled to make any changes to an event as it deems reasonable and necessary, including changes to speakers, performers, location, and other such matters.
Where is it happening?Temple of Art and Music @ MM, 42 Newington Causeway, London, United Kingdom
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