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BioTo coin a phrase used by Eric Roberson, Gracie is a music fan first.
Gracie first got addicted to quality soul music in her early teens, listening to radio stations such Radio Luxemburg , Kiss, Invicta, and LWR. Always at her happiest spending countless hours in record shops searching for the latest releases, and hidden gems.
Another passion is the live music experience starting with her first concert to see Atlantic Star in the 1980's. Over the years she has seen most of her favourite artists including Teena Marie, Luther Vandross, Stevie Wonder, Anita Baker, Prince, Maxwell, D'Angelo, Aretha Franklin, Dwele, Joe, Maze, Gregory Porter, Omar, Dianne Reeves and many more.
Music is definitely something that can make you happy, lift your spirits and just put a spring in your step.
Inspired by West African and Caribbean roots, Osibisa became one of the first African Caribbean groups
14/04/2020 11AM | More
Inspired by West African and Caribbean roots, Osibisa became one of the first African Caribbean groups that appealed to a mainstream audience
31/01/2020 12PM | More
The Colourful team are delighted to be supporting the BCA Christmas Market
07/12/2019 10AM | More
The Christmas Market returns with African festivities fusing music, dance, food and fashion from across the UK and the African continent
06/12/2019 12PM | More
Organiser of the British Cultural Archives Christmas Market on 7 December 2019
22/11/2019 12PM | More
From The WellBeing Weekender. The event theme will be centred on personal and community well-being in regard to the mind, body and spirit.
01/11/2019 12PM | More
Carolyn is the Founder and CEO of Feel the Rhythm Productions and Merln from Cameroon is an internationally renowned dancer and choreographer
18/10/2019 10AM | More
Brigitte Gambou was born in the Ivory Coast and now lives in London. She has spent the last 7 years helping African women from all over the world who are suffering from the abuse of African culture through her charity Fight for the Dignity of African Women and Children (FDWAC).
11/10/2019 12PM | More
Samira is the Marketing person for The Young Sierra Leonean and Abu is the organiser and curator of the event
04/10/2019 12PM | More