Jessy Dixon live at The People's Cathedral in Barbados
from May 10th through May 13th 2005. Seen here with Pastor Holmes
Williams of the People's Cathedral.
Born in San Antonio, Texas, Jessy sang
and played his first song at the age of five. As a youngster Jessy
Dixon moved to Chicago, IL, and was heard and discovered by James
Cleveland who was one of the first to sing and record Jessy Dixon's
compositions, "God Can Do Anything But Fail," and "My
God Can Make A Way."
The organizers of the fame Newport Jazz Festival
heard of Jessy's talent and invited him to perform his new song, "The
Wicked Shall Cease Their Troubling," at New York's Radio City
Jessy and The Jessy Dixon Singers sang with such
fervor that the audience rewarded them with an unprecedented four
Paul Simon of Simon and Garfunkel fame was in the
audience, and enthusiastically invited Jessy to share the stage with
him as lead vocalist on TV's Saturday Night Live
Jessy toured with
Simon's performing concerts in the United States, France, Europe,
Canada, Scandinavia, Israel, and Japan. Jessy's affiliation with Paul
Simon lasted for eight years, with the recording of two million selling
albums, "Live Rhymin," and "Still Crazy After all These
"Jessy has a rare and joyous musical
gift. I have loved gospel music and during the years I have been
associated with Jessy-my appreciation of the gospel has grown."
Jessy seen here in Barbados at the end
of a wonder Jessy Dixon Concert.
Cassada Bay offer both
individuals and groups the possibility of coming to Carriacou and
staying in a 'working holiday village' FREE OF COST in
exchange for 'work in the village', bringing Hands of Help into
the community, the nursing homes, the church building project.
Cassada Bay is a beautiful
old, once- empty, hotel located on the island of Carriacou.
United Caribbean Trust
base headquarters could be used as ‘Christian
Timeshare Holiday Resorts’ outside of the hurricane season
(thus fund the trust) and accommodation for relief workers during
the hurricane season if needed. If not needed they could be opened
to local schools, youth groups and Caribbean churches from July