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Jnr has been plying his vocal trade since the age of 4. He started as a young vocal protégé with his brothers singing in the local churches. Since then he has become one of the most popular and widely respected gospel vocalist throughout Europe. He has appeared on numerous T.V. and radio shows, as well performing in a “West End” musical.  He was the recipient of the coveted gospel award for “Best male vocalist of the year” 94/95 and has also had the honor of singing in front of 2 Popes! A fulfilling and varied career so far. 


1994-1995: “Mamma, I Want To Sing” West End Musical 

The longest running  “off-Broadway” musical  in history, based on the real life story of Doris Troy, this show featured Stellar award winning artists, such as Chaka Khan, Deniece Williams.  I was the understudy for the leading role, playing the father, a dynamic preacher and singer and the inspiration behind his daughter following her dream as a singer and becoming a star. The cast was also given the opportunity to appear and perform on the “Olivier Awards” (British theatre) that same year.

1995: BBC Radio 2 British Gospel Awards- Best Male Vocalist

Held at the Shepherds Bush Empire Theatre, West London. Nominations from all over the UK, the winners from their respective regions would then be the finalists at the Awards where the winner would be chosen.

1995: T.V. appearance on ITV’s, “This Sunday”

Broadcast from their studios in Manchester. As the winner of the “Best Male Vocalist category of the BBC2 Gospel Awards, was invited on two separate occasions by the TV show to perform.

2013: Vatican, St Peter’s Square, Italy

This was my second invitation to the Vatican where I performed for Pope Francis for an event that was focused on families. I was requested to perform the famous Bob Dylan song, ”Blowing In The Wind” to a packed 160,000 crowd.


Previous was with Pope John Paul II (1995), I was backing vocalist for the, then, famous girl band, “Eternal”, they sang their no.1 hit song, “I Am Blessed”. At the last minute, I was to direct the finale song, “Oh, Happy Day”, which consisted of the “in-house” choir set up for the night and a visiting youth choir from the USA.

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