A trio of singers celebrate community on Music Monday
Raye Williams, Tosha Owens and Olivia Dear are three amazingly talented solo singers who have come together in the pandemic. The trio joined Tati Amare to talk about how they got together and share the music they have created together, despite their different genre. Raye Williams has been singing with Tosha Owens for years now, and calls Owens one of her favorite performers. When the pandemic happened, the singers were experiencing similar highs and lows, so they got together to work through them. AdDuring one of their session, the trio decided to do a cover of Kenny Loggins’ “Celebrate me home.” The suggestion was Olivia Dear’s.
Support Covid Relief while performing Quarantine Karaoke
Its Music Monday and Raye Williams put on a show from home! Host Jason Carr and Tati Amare chatted with singer and songwriter Raye Williams about life during quarantine and how she is using her music to give back. She has created the Quarantine Karaoke on social media which gives viewers the chance to sing with Raye on Facebook and Instagram Live. All the proceeds go to support Beaumont Heath Foundation Covid Relief. Raye also performed her version of Higher Love.Watch the video to learn more about Raye Williams and see her performance.
5 passionate Detroit artists aim to expand careers with inaugural TIDAL Unplugged music grant
DETROIT - Five up-and-coming artists with a passion for Detroit won a grant from TIDAL to help boost their careers. Sam Austins, Raye Williams, Emma Guzman, Olivia Millerschin and Laurie Love were chosen out of thousands of artists to receive the inaugural TIDAL Unplugged grant from the music platform. For Austins, the grant will allow him to start the next phase of his music, while Williams wants to reinvent herself. "I definitely was destined to come back to Detroit," Williams said. Williams compared the help the grant program will provide to the artists to the city of Detroit.