This time, it's gonna happen!
Michelle Weeks is the next special guest on "Real Drama / Real Talk" hosted by Sinuosa on Tuesday night from 8pm to 10pm EDT/ 0000 to 0200 GMT @ http://cyberjamz.com channel 2, or http://blaynuosa.podOmatic.com anytime.
Michelle Weeks, a native of Brooklyn began her singing career in her grandmother’s kitchen at the age of 18 months where she sang, “Yes Jesus Loves Me” on her kitchen table. “That girl’s gonna be a singer” her grandmother said to her mom and the rest is history. At the age of four she began singing with the Institutional Children’s Choir and at age 13 she portrayed the role of young Mahalia Jackson in the Musical based on Mahalia's life called Mahalia. Also at the age of 13, Michelle was crowned Ms New York for Hal Jackson’s Talented Teens and she won 2nd place at the international pageant. Michelle has traveled through out the US, Europe, Asia, South America and Australia. She has performed at Lincoln Center, Julliard and many other major music halls. Michelle has been in a number of stage productions including “The Me Nobody Knows”, “Godspell” and “The Tap Dance Kid” where she made her Broadway debut. Her role as the Queen of New York in the Las Vegas production of Madhattan afforded her the opportunity to perform for stars like Debbie Allen, Ben Vereen, David Cassidy and James Ingram just to name a few. Michelle also starred in the cult film classic “Little Shop Of Horrors where she portrayed the role of Ronnette. She has also been heard on various commercials, soundtracks and as a background vocalist on numerous recordings. Michelle has a long list of recordings she is featured on including; “Glory to God” from Handel’s Messiah a Soulful Celebration, “The Light” and “Be Thankful” with Jaime Lewis, and more recently Blowin' in Me with Andrea Paci from Italy. At present, Michelle is working on a few projects both singing and writing and she's also putting together her Gospel album which will be for sale through her website. Michelle’s main goal in life is to heal and help people through her music, which she calls her ministry. She feels that inspiration through music can heal broken hearts, save a persons soul or just lift someone’s head up when they’re going through rough times. Michelle thanks God for the anointing placed on her life through the gift of song wherewith she can reach out to and touch people all across the world.