We love Sezi! She’s a great entertainer – singer, songwriter and dancer! She’ll be performing this Friday, July 13 at Redbones – don’t miss it! For more info see Sezi Live. For more on Sezi see Sezi elevates Redbones. See also YardEdge interview with Sezi.
Up and coming local songstress, Sarah “Sezi” Silvera will be performing at Redbones Blues Cafe, July 8 at 9pm. Sezi is a talented singer, songwriter, storyteller, and dancer and never fails to entertain her audiences with her unique animated style and provative lyrics. Check out the show for sure! Admission
Here are some photos from last night’s Smokin’ Jacket at Carlos Cafe. Produced by Brand New Machine promoters Steve “Urchin” Wilson and Terrance “Farenheit” Harold, along with Andrew “Andrew Mac” McIntyre the night was once again an eclectic mix of established artists and musicians combined with an unexpected dose of
Last Saturday’s “Eclectic” event at Susie’s Bakery in Southdale Plaza proved to be eclectic in tempo as well as lineup. Organized by Seretse Small’s Live Music Nation JA and Griot Music, the event was billed as a “party of extreme ESP- Extra Sensory Pleasure”.
Sarah “Sezi” Silvera has been making waves on the local music scene for sometime now. YardEdge caught up with Sezi to find out what she’s been up to… YardEdge: Why are you a singer/musician and when did you first become one? Sezi: I grew up with a mother who is
Crimson Heart Replica, Sezi, and Jovi Rockwell, three of Jamaica’s premiere female rockers, came together on Friday night at Redbones to present an evening of Rebel Grrrls Musick. A CHR production, the show was well attended by a mix of the Redbones’ Friday night regulars as well as those who
CHR Productions led by Crimson Heart Replica presents Rebel Grrrl Musick November 5 featuring three of Jamaica’s top female rockers: Crimson Heart Replica, Jovi Rockwell and Sezi. Plus Electro Pop and Indie Rock provided by DJ Imbrue. Admission $800. Tomas Willing. Fore more info see facebook Check out 2 Minutes with Crimson Heart
Sarah “Sezi” Silvera was born in Jamaica and grew up in Trinidad, England, and the USA. Now back in Jamaica teaching at the American International School in Kingston, Sezi describes herself as a dancer, poet, singer, songwriter and educator. Sezi (pronounced “Says I”) has been working with Seretse Small of Griot
Sezi Sezi, aka Sarah Silvera, gave an entertaining performance this past Saturday at Jo Jo’s Jerk Pit and More at 12 Waterloo Road near Devon House. Accompanied by well-known jazz guitarist Seretse Small, she offered the large audience a mixture of original material and covers easily as succulent as the