At the end of the day …. “In an “Adele” Frame of Mind …. One More Time”!!


~~February 20, 2016~~ 


I have become an ardent fan, follower and discoverer of Adele.

It all started when my oldest grand-daughter started singing “Someone Like You” while we were riding in the car, listening to the radio. At that time, Adele has just come out with her “21” CD album. As time passed and we jump to current times, Adele gas broken records with the release of her newest music production “25“.

I’ve been listening to her CDs, researched the first one, “19” and found a wonderful song:

Make You Feel My Love. 

I just watched Adele’s performance at the Royal Albert Hall and she dedicated this song to Amy Winehouse!

She’s got class!





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When Amy Winehouse died on July 23, 2011, at the age of 27, some called the tragedy “unavoidable”. Whether or not you agreed with that particular sentiment, you can’t deny that on that day five years ago, music lost one of the most unique and soulful voices of our time.

Russell Brand said it best in his tribute to his late friend:

“Whether this tragedy was preventable or not is now irrelevant.

It is not preventable today.”

Then the industry gathered to collectively grieve in the manner most natural to them: in song. Through live performances both premeditated and impromptu, her contemporaries honored the British singer and her other worldly talent with a series of touching tributes that continue even today.

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Below we’ve included the seven standouts that moved us most of all.

Amy Winehouse Tributes: The Best Performances In The Year Since Her Death



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Adele hasn’t shied away from commending Amy Winehouse for making British music exciting again.

We ALL are connected through MUSIC!! 

“I was so inspired by her, and she never took it seriously just how inspired I was by her,” she told audiences September 2011. She dedicated Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love” to the late singer, knowing how much she loved it.

And during her performance, she had the crowd use their cameras and phones to illuminate Royal Albert Hall like a star-filled sky, saying:

“She can see us now. For Amy.”


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~~Make You Feel My Love~~

Amy Winehouse Tribute

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Live at The Royal Albert Hall



We ALL are ONE!! 


To start the day …. on a “Happy” note!!


~~September 14, 2014~~


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After performing to a sold out audience at the Royal Albert Hall in London as opening act for Olivia Newton John, Alex’s management team are getting calls for repeat performances all over the world, including future collaborations with some of the biggest names in the industry.

Alex Boyé who’s mesmerizing presence and Epic voice helped propel “Peponi”, The Piano Guys Coldplay cover to the stratosphere with over 15 million views on YouTube, is a formidable solo artist. Alex was also featured vocalist on the viral music video of violin sensation Lindsey Sterling, on the captivating “Afro-classical version of Bruno Mars’s “Grenade”. Award winning singer and songwriter is best known for his African twist on American pop and ethno -classical music.

Riding on a fresh new musical wave of ethnic sound mixed with the hottest hits of today, Alex’s music is being discovered by thousands of new listeners daily, and is on the verge of making serious milestones in the industry.


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~~Personal life~~

Boyé’s mother and father are Nigerian. While pregnant, Boyé’s mother went to London while his father remained in Nigeria. He was born in England and returned to Nigeria to live with his father for the first few years of his life. His mother remarried and worked for the London Underground, cleaning tracks at night. Boyé was raised in the Tottenham Court neighborhood. He spent much of his youth in foster homes with Caucasian parents. As a teenager, he listened to the music of Motown, including artists Stevie Wonder, Kool and the Gang, James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Jackie Wilson and Otis Redding. When he was 16, Boyé was working in a McDonald’s in London when he was introduced to the LDS Church by a manager. He was baptised soon afterward, without his mother’s knowledge.

Boyé met his wife, Julie, in an LDS singles ward and they were married in the Salt Lake Temple. They have three children, Adanna, Zander and India. In 2009, Boye began raising money to buy a house for a local refugee family with sales of his single, “Crazy for You.”

On 22 February 2012, Boyé became a United States citizen in a ceremony at the Rose Wagner Theater in Salt Lake City. Boyé was surprised when he was invited by the judge conducting the ceremony to sing The Star-Spangled Banner.




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~~Happy – Alex Boye~~

(Africanized Tribal Cover)

~~Featuring One Voice Childrens Choir~~

~~Published on Apr 8, 2014~~

The new album “Africanized” is available now!

With over 100 Million views, and growing, Alex Boye has become a bonafide YouTube sensation.


We ALL are ONE!!