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Comment by Alaric Anthony Hamilton Brown on September 28, 2017 at 19:07
The power of 1. Let's see what happens if we repost YolanDa upcoming tour events on Instagram, spread the positive vibrations let's go for it and experience the power of 1.
Comment by Lorna Satchwell on October 29, 2016 at 15:17

You are an amazing musician! I am getting back int music and i am a saxophonist as well. I appreciate everything you do as an artist because you are very inspirational. 

Great web design by the way!

Comment by Matteo Salvalaglio on July 25, 2016 at 11:40

What an inspiring act in Ealing! Musicians like you make this world a better place to wander through.

Comment by Gerry Walsh on June 29, 2016 at 19:10

Ordered your new album, the CD and vinyl and look forward to hearing it.

Comment by Richard Venier on April 19, 2016 at 3:40
It was a superb concert you performed in Cambridge last Friday thanks Yolanda. The four of us thoroughly enjoyed it. It was the first ever concert I have been to where the artist (you) made it so personable.
I loved it all and the parts where members of your band did their individual bits was awesome too.
I went along to the opening of a new vinyl shop in Stevenage High Street called Revolution Records the following day. Mo Pleasure of ex Earth Wind & Fire fame was there & I mentioned how good your concert was.
Thanks very much you are definitely one of the few artists I would return to see again and again.
Comment by Gerry Walsh on October 18, 2014 at 13:54

At last I have caught up with YolanDa, I shall see her at the Pizza

Express Dean Street in November. Hotel and train fare booked from

Swansea, South Wales. Saw Joan Armatrading this week in Swansea this week,

brilliant gig.

Comment by Gerry Walsh on October 18, 2014 at 13:49

Comment by Chris Warne on October 18, 2014 at 10:13

Well a fantastic show last night at the Norwich Playhouse, so much energy and a magic performance by YolanDa and the band! Thank you so much and I really can't wait for the next gig! God bless and very best wishes Chris and Hanna!

Comment by Caroline Meagher on May 3, 2014 at 14:29
Congratulations on the birth of your daughter. We met you in Musselburgh last year when we correctly guessed you were pleased she arrived safely. Keep well, take care and thank you for the music.
Comment by Gerry Walsh on February 13, 2014 at 22:06


Congratulations to you and your partner on the birth of your daughter.


What is the baby's name?


Best wishes



Comment by Margaret Asare on January 5, 2014 at 22:52

wishing you a very happy new year for 2014

Comment by Stewart Hamilton on October 5, 2013 at 10:49
Happy birthday have a great day and keep playing that cool jazz x
Comment by Gerry Walsh on October 4, 2013 at 15:10



Happy Birhday


Enjoy your day


Gerry xx


Comment by Gerry Walsh on July 29, 2013 at 16:38

Just booked the gig at Swindon on 12 October. Hope this one is not cancelled.




Comment by John de Bourgonniere on June 7, 2013 at 12:11

Yolanda you were superb with Kate Westall Nice bit of alto there..... Please come back to Jersey we all miss your talent  Just woke up to dear John ... Since seeing you perform I have a new urgency to improve my skills I was into Jessy J till I heard you play Mindi's OK

Comment by Mike Hughes ( aka blindmike47) on June 7, 2013 at 8:59

Just "watched" the video with Kate Westall sounds amazing, and worth the wait, when will there be a "new" album, some standards and some more Yolanda originals?

Comment by Paul Canavan on April 28, 2013 at 13:14

Oops I think that link is broken.  Apologies try this one.

Tokyo Sunset Ciyo and Yolanda or if that doesn't work


Comment by Paul Canavan on April 28, 2013 at 12:45

The Hideaway has uploaded the Tokyo sunset presentation recently.  It will get you toe tapping.  I particularly enjoyed Ciyo's guitar work.  

Tokyo Sunset Ciyo and Yolanda

Oh, and dare I say it.  For those that have seen the previous uploaded youtube version, this has more decorum. <ducking> :-)

Comment by Paul Canavan on April 24, 2013 at 1:01

Here's my report on the Hideaway Jazz Reggae Meltdown concert featuring Yolanda and Ciyo, for those unable to make it.

You missed a great show.

One word sums it up rather well. Hilarious.

Two things I've noticed when I've attended Yolanda's concerts.

a) It Rains. (Please don't name your next album after some seasonal weather variation, otherwise I might find myself stuck in some snow drift, lol)

b) Even more bizarre things happen during the concert.

At the last concert at the Harrow arts centre, a member of the audience wanted to know more about this 'John' character. At the Hideaway we were treated to Mr 'Saturday Night Fever' near the stage.  At one point I nearly fell off my bar stool with laughter.  Luckily no one near the stage area could hear me because of a glass partition.  How Yolanda managed to keep her composure, I do not know. Although at one point Yolanda almost caved in, laughed, and continued on with the song.  In fact someone has uploaded two very good video segments on youtube of the Hideaway event. And of course Mr 'worlds greatest dancer' appears in one of them, just over halfway through. Actually I spoke to him later, he said he was just reacting to the audience.  Good on him, he was enjoying himself and he was very entertaining.

The audience was terrific, bursting into song without any prompting, really getting into the music that Yolanda and Ciyo were presenting.

As for me, well I missed the last train, but I did manage to get home that night, but that's another Story, excuse the pun.

Comment by Paul Canavan on April 13, 2013 at 12:44

Looking forward to the Hideaway gig on April 13.  That's providing I don't get lost trying to negotiate my way across London. LOL

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