Saturday, April 18, 2015

Soprano Abiodun Koya on Living Your Best Life with Genma Holmes

 Join Living Your Best Life with Genma Holmes as we profile organizations, leaders, and volunteers who lead by example. With extraordinary acts of kindness and charitable giving that help countless lives daily, these organizations, leaders, and volunteers  embody, "Be the change you want to see in the world.
On Saturday, April 18, 2015, Living Your Best Life in partnership with GSH Media Group, listeners will hear Soprano Abiodun Koya share about her life, her musical and acting careers, her work with young performers and what keeps her inspired daily. She will also share about her upcoming performances for wedding nuptials for members of the military. The Nigerian native was recently featured in the Americolor Opera Alliance’s presentation of LaRoche, an original opera about the only black male passenger on the ill fated Titanic, where she assumed the role of “Madam Mae/Top Lady.”  



Tune in to hear how Holmes felt after hearing Abiodun Koya, known affectionately as Abby, performance in Atlanta. Listen to them talk about the text message to Soprano Karen Parks that sealed the deal for Abby to consider performing in the Bahamas. Since meeting, the two have been planning several upcoming performances to benefit military families and veteran nonprofits around the country and in the Bahamas.

Abby And Genma visiting the Parthenon in Nashville, TN  
Abby on the campus of TSU with Music Major Darius Lewis
Abiodun Koya also is preparing for several concerts in Nigeria and an upcoming reality TV show. Hear hear talk future projects, her love of Nashville, and her desire to help others, especially women and young girls in her native country. At the end of this fun and lively show, you will also hear a melody of some of Genma's favorite classical songs performed by her friend Abby.


This interview promises to empower, inspire, and motivate you to live your BEST life. Living Your Best Life, can heard on 760 The Gospel in the Middle Tennessee region, Tune-In, www.UStream.TV and military bases from 9-10AM CST.

More About Abiodun Koya


Abiodun Koya in the Sirius XM Studios with Genma Holmes
Abiodun Koya, Abby, as she is fondly called, has sung for presidents, senators, ambassadors, governors, less privileged children, and Congress members to mention a few. A highlight of her career was an invitation to a black history month performance at the White House. Abiodun was recently featured in the Americolor Opera Alliance’s presentation of LaRoche, an original opera about the only black male passenger on the ill fated Titanic, where she assumed the role of “Madam Mae/Top Lady.”

Abby holds a B.A. in Business Management and devotes her time and resources to her charity foundation, the Courtesy Foundation, which raises scholarship funds for girl orphans in Africa. She uses her musical platform to shed light on issues affecting African children and women.

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