We have YOUR chance to attend a Groove Session with Jody Watley, a special performance event on May 15th at the SiriusXM Studio in LA. If you’ll be in Los Angeles on 5/15, see below for your chance to attend.
Airing In June – Black Music Month Groove Session with Jody Watley!
Grammy Winner Jody Watley performs Live from Sirius XM studio in LA. in front of an audience, as we celebrate Black Music Month on The Groove. Hear the story behind the music as she performs some of her classic hits. BMM Groove Session with Jody Watley
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In case you missed it -check out these recent interviews and also make sure to check out the new monthly Jody Watley Show on SiriusXM The Groove Ch.50. The next episode will air May 12 for Mother’s Day! Stay tuned to hear announcement of my next guest – in the meantime:
You all know how much I’m all about love not just on Valentine’s Day – EVERY DAY – down to my first tattoo of cupid the cherub with flowers another favorite thing.
in ‘89 (tattoos weren’t even a thing beyond the rock / punk crowd-especially for black girls but I wanted one and loved that edge ) for my birthday at a rock n roll spot on Sunset. I knew in choosing what to get for a tattoo it must represent “Love” the heart and being permanent I knew it would be perfectly everlasting as to who I am and what I believe in LOVE – here’s a few of my favorite images captured over the years featuring it.
A few years later adding the “Love” pedestal while in Japan – very taboo at the time there -but got hooked up to get the addition at an underground place .. done in original by hand poke hand not machine art form (so painful omg sitting on floor of pillows drinking green tea .. feeling like I was in a movie scene.
As a solo artist, the beautiful pop and R&B singer has 6 Billboard Hot 100 Top Ten Singles, 13 Number 1 Dance Singles, 2 R&B Number 1’s, 15 Top 40 Singles, Gold and platinum albums, 2007 Billboard Dance Lifetime Achievement, 2017 recipient of the Black Music Honors Crossover Music Icon Award and nominations from the American Music Awards, MTV Awards, NAACP Awards and Soul Train Awards.Read the full spotlight feature EURWEB
Wishing everyone the best that 2023 have to offer – with infinite possibilities to be manifested into opportunities you might be working toward. Blessings and love to all. Thank you for your continued support.
Stay in your light – but don’t be afraid to pass it on to others who may be stuck in the darkness. One light will never dim another.
“It was a Merry Christmas at SoFi Stadium. Having the opportunity to perform the National Anthem for the Super Bowl Champions LA Rams is definitely a top highlight of 2022 and in my career. ” – Jody Watley
It was an honor and pleasure to perform again with these gifted and kind people-my friends Oleta Adams, Peabo Bryson and the silky soulful Ruben Studdard.
“The Colors Of Christmas” Davies Symphony Hall San Francisco Symphony Orchestra & Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, Colors of Christmas band, and fantastic director conductor Gail Deadrick. We performed holiday classics as duets, trio, and quartet and some of our own hits bringing the spirit of love and joy to all in attendance in the return to San Francisco Symphony after several years.
It was a magnificent, joyful and blessed experience (December 6-7, 2022). More photos and video to come!
We start our holiday music journey with Ms. Jody Watley and her stunning rendition of Christmas Time Is Here. The trip-hop and jazz take is sexy, dreamy, and cozy. It’s giving us all the feels and will be on our holiday playlist for years and years to come. It really begs for one to make a Christmas wish for an entire holiday album from the incredible Jody Watley.
Check this out, add it to your list, purchase it, and stream it. You will be glad you have and we know you will play it a few times over after the first listen. It’s that good! Bravo, Jody, Bravo!
Often the simplest things in life bring the most joy – sunflowers always make me smile and so keeping them in the house is always a boost on days when my mood may be a bit blue.
Often rather than lamenting on what we may be missing or lacking or what we are wanting -instead try shifting focus to what we do have. Doing so is a reminder to be mindful of living with gratitude. Every day may not be good – but there is good in every day as long as we are alive. We see daily how fragile and unpredictable life can be, so now more than ever be mindful to not take things for granted, to let your loved ones know they are appreciated – it’s a simple gesture with powerful meaning.
This is a gentle reminder because though the holidays can be full of joy – it’s also a time of sadness for a variety of reasons to many.
Be kind to yourself and others as often as you can, remembering it’s the simple things in life that bring the greatest joy. The world needs more kindness and love – it all begins from within and filters out.
Thank you all for subscribing to my blog and keeping up to date with me year-round. I appreciate you – you are all like a sunflower to me.