Artist Watch – Millicent Stephenson

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Millicent Stephenson seems set to be a Christian musician who makes her mark on the musical world. This gifted saxophonist recently released her debut EP, ‘This is Life’, produced by Peter Daley. It features two original tunes, ‘I Will Go On’, designed to evoke courage, and ‘It’s All Good’, which exudes joy and exuberance. The Governor-General of Jamaica, His Excellency, Sir Patrick Allen, apparently fell in love with this track when Millicent performed it live. Musical talent obviously runs in this Wise Women Award-winner’s family – her musical counterpart and cousin, Angella Christie, is a well-known Stellar Award-winner based in the UK.

Millicent, who attends the New Testament Church of God in Handsworth, Birmingham, has been playing the saxophone for over 30 years. She also lectures and teaches music, and events where she has performed include Birmingham Artsfest and the BBC Radio WM Kidney Kids Appeal. The ‘This Is Life’ EP is a prelude to Millicent’s exceptional talent, and she aims to release an album next year. Until then, enjoy her EP or try and catch her live. As her music declares: It’s All Good.

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