As someone who has had the pleasure of coaching Nhojj–primarily on his live presentations–over the past 5 years, may I express my enthusiastic “personal” opinion of his new release, “Celebrating Love.” I have two diverse faves amid the thought-provoking celebration: the ballad would be the breathtaking interpretation and gentle-strong fluidity of “12th of Never” and the up-tune is the project’s subtitle itself, “(I Was) Made to Love Him”…the articulation and story-telling spell excellence. On both, Nhojj is tops! I know that “Celebrating Love,” a brave thematic and musical treatise, will open many new doors in spreading Nhojj’s special message of unconditional love on his blessed artistic journey.
The Soul of the Voice, Ltd.
Get it now at iTunes, Amazon, and CDBaby.
Jazz, Cocktails, Comfort Food and Friends
Shaynee Rainbolt returns to Sugar Bar! Friday, February 21st with Ted Kooshian, Tom Hubbard, David Silliman and special guest star Nhojj, singing songs from his brand new CD!
Two Sets starting at 8pm
$10 Cash at the door music charge
No minimum at the bar, $20 food/bev min at the tables
Reservations STRONGLY recommended 212-579-0222
254 West 72nd St. NY NY 10023 (btwn Broadway/West End Ave.)
A big thank you to CharLena for a wonderful Valentine’s Day interview and to Meak Productions for including me in their Valentine’s Day Show.
Our’s is a world of multiplicity. There isn’t one type of flower, there are hundreds of thousands of flowering plants (somewhere between 250,000 and 400,000). And we know each type of flower can be further subdivided into categories, for instance there are between 100 and 150 types of roses.
What is true for flowers is true for animals (millions of species), snowflakes (no two alike), and of course people (different nationalities, heights, eye colors, personality types, etc etc). And the list goes on and on.
So why do so many believe there is only one way to love? Why do people believe that a God who obviously delights in multiplicity would choose only one way?