Grant Garland and Margo Rey play around with Benny and the Jets played in a stride-piano, funk style in Margo’s hotel suite, at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, FL. Margo sings donning her micro-braids as Grant provides a funky piano accompaniment. Shot pre-show on ToonCamera.
Margo Rey sings Tempted acoustic
Mexican born, singer songwriter and recording artist, Margo Rey pays homage to her father today as she sings one of his favorite songs, Sabor A Mi, on the 10th anniversary of his death. Alejandro Reymundo-Mejía formerly a cliff diver in Acapulco’s famous La Quebrada. She is accompanied by long time friend and Guitarist, Dimitri Mahlis.
Simply put, “Colours” is about self-empowerment and believing in your own identity. Margo Rey has been very compelled by the subject of bullying.
Whether it is something that happens in the schoolyard, at home, the workplace, globally or even worse, in the negative self-speak of bullying that many practice.
This is a topic for which she and so many others can relate. It is her greatest wish that this song will inspire others to change negative patterns, because she believes there truly is so much beauty to be found in our selves.
Let The Rain was co-written by Margo Rey and John Oates. It is about finding solace in a time of adversity. “And in my darkest hour, I’m sanctified. Let The Rain, wash over me.” Rey became the National Ambassador for Brides Against Breast Cancer for several years.
Margo began writing the song just 1 month before she received the diagnosis.
She didn’t even know that Let The Rain would become her own personal anthem and the anthem of so many others about not just surviving but, thriving during and after the Breast Cancer diagnosis.
Margo Rey – Angel Eyes (LIVE w- Oscar Hernandez & Spanish Harlem Orchestra)
Margo Rey sings Get Back live at the Ryman Auditorium