Felicia Taylor vocals
Ken Taylor bass/vocals (Maffay, Robert Palmer, Santana...)
Eugen de Ryck guitar/vocals
Tommy Harris drums/vocals (Luther Allison, Heatwave...)
As a four year old Felicia sang on the radio in Barbados, it was written in the stars that one day, in Germany, she would sing on stage with artists like Michael Jackson and Mariah Carey. In Barbados she sang with her mother at home. She sang melodies with reggae and Calypso rhythms, Country & Western songs and Gospel, of course, in church a few times a week. A new world of music met Felicia when she went to London with her parents, at the age of eight. She learnt many new things. Still a teenager, Felicia formed her own band, with which she went to Germany, singing soul, pop, jazz, blues and all the music she loved from Barbados. Joining the Munich studio scene was yet another turning point for Felicia. Her voice became part of the sound of productions of Keith Forsey and Frank Farian. Later still in Frankfurt she sang on many advertisements including Coco-Cola and Schöller . Felicia has sang with many International artists, either in the studios, TV productions, or live on stage. These include Milli Vanilli, Boney M, Silver Convention, Robert Palmer, Coolio, Paul Anka, Jennifer Rush, Donner Summer, Luther Vandross, Moby and Demis Roussous. She has also sang with many German artists, including Peter Hoffmann, Peter Maffay, Heino, Michelle, Matthias Reim, Ingrid Peters, Sarah Connor and Detlev Joecker. In 1992, Felicia started her own Gospel choir which also became a National success working with artists like Sir Elton John, Foreigner, Yvonne Catterfeld, Marshall & Alexander on various TV shows. In 1995 Sony Music and the German TV station ZDF asked Felicia to accompany Michael Jackson on his first ever German TV show “Wetten Dass?”. Felicia Taylor won the Gospel Award 2004 and has worked together with World Vision, the Hannelore-Kohl-Stiftung and the Deutsche Welthungerhilfe TV show. At the 100 year birthday celebration (ZDF TV) for Dietrich Bonhoffer, Felicia sang her song “Celebration”, Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury listened and told Felicia “Everybody should hear this song”.
“Singing is like breathing for me, I need it to exist" Felicia Taylor, 2012
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