Jody Watley Photo Of The Day with Eartha Kitt

With the phenomenal and incomparable Eartha Kitt – respect and honor today on her born day and always.

Definitely was incredible to meet her in the 90’s on VH1’s The Rupaul Show.

Jody Watley Returns to 80’s In The Sand 2018

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I return to the fantastic 80’s in The Sand – An authentic experience in music, television and film November 3-10, 2018! You’d really have to be there to experience it to understand how much fun it is – great music, food, resort, excursions, friendships formed, nightlife..costume contests, door decoration themes, movie nights — the list goes on.

 

Book Now!  and More Info on The Lineup  

 

Jody Watley and SRL Release Remix Video

We wanted to close out 2017 with something fun and festive to accompany the new Jamie de Von Remix! Check it out.

 

Limited Free Downloads Our Gift To You! Add it, spin it, do cardio to it, twirl to it – hit them beats! If you love house music – you’ll love this.

 

Jody Watley on Through The Decades Television Spotlight.

 

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A comprehensive interview and retrospective that many fans are very happy about it aired on Monday December 18, 2017 “Through The Decades – Sounds of Time” on the Decades Television Network.

 

See more at Decades

Jody Watley and SRL Looking Forward.

Nate, Rosero and I have been putting the finishing touches on “Bridges” our forthcoming debut album. There’s really been no specific timetable, beyond getting it where we want it to be.

I look forward to SRL joining me in more concerts the coming year, as well as releasing our debut.

Jody Watley and SRL will continue to solidify ourselves as one of the best new groups in the business.

As well, of course more Jody Watley!

Out now at all digital outlets and streaming services Like A Holiday, Sanctuary and more.

I’m wrapping up The Colors of Christmas Tour this weekend. Tickets and Info

Get tickets for my Blue Note Napa Concerts where I’ll be celebrating my birthday early this year January 27. The past two years we had great sold out shows at The Roxy Theatre Los Angeles. I know the Napa concerts in the intimacy of the venue will be soulful, festive and fun.

Life is a gift each day.

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World AIDS Day. Red Hot and Blue Looking Back

It’s interesting to look back on this monumental and important project and remember how my label was so against my being a part of it because of the perceived notion that being a part of HIV and AIDS education and awareness was a bad thing and the mentality of what people would think especially in the Black (urban) community, which one of the reasons I really fought to be a part of this no matter what people thought- it was necessary.

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#redhotandblue TV special aired in over 30 countries in #1990. #coleporter songs, which NO ONE was even thinking about covering yet, seemed to speak poignantly to the early days of the #plague #Ivegotyouundermyskin #everytimewesaygoodbye to name a few were poetic reminders of the importance of love, romance, empathy and desire, in an era when people were afraid to even touch one another. We had numerous fights w/the network and sponsors in order to be able to speak directly about #AIDS and #SafeSex. The show featured music videos of nearly every song on the album as well as PSAs and interludes that spoke powerfully to dispell the fear, stigma and hysteria around the epidemic. These amazing #motiongraphics were produced in London, this was when doing any kind of moving graphics was incredibly labor intensive and complicated. The music is #whowantstobeamillionaire by #thompsontwins – for some reason they were the only band to not have a music video in the show, so they were featured here!!

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#worldaidsday2017 #worldaidsday #neverforget #fightaids #endaids #safesex #safesexishotsex #redhot #redhotorganization #1990 #lovewins #AIDSactivism #silenceequalsdeath #actup #lgbtq

Jody Watley Weekend Greetings.

I posted this on my Instagram and Facebook- say hello!

Black Music Honors aired for the final time today on Bounce-such gratitude to receive those roses while I’m here to appreciate them. The Black Music Honors TV show in it’s second year has class and soul. The proceeds benefit the building of the National African American Museum of Music being built in Nashville, Tennessee.

The other great thing about this show was their going outside of the box beyond the usual artists that are repeated over and over not just Honors but performers as well. Thanks again Sevyn Streeter and Vivian Green – both have new projects out so please support those wonderful ladies and artists.

I’m going to upload my full speech – they had to edit though I didn’t get the play off music!

There’s a lot of not so positive things going on in the world – Be open to good things..don’t get stuck in a rut.