Scientology Network’s MEET A SCIENTOLOGIST, the weekly series spotlighting the everyday lives of Scientologists from around the world and all walks of life, announces an episode featuring the award-winning singer-songwriter Michele Henderson.
MEET A SCIENTOLOGIST airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Scientology Network.
Michele Henderson is an award-winning
singer-songwriter hailing from the island of Dominica in the West Indies.
Drawing on her passion to inspire others with her art, she’s performed for
international audiences and penned the song “Celebrating CARICOM (Caribbean
Community),” which would go on to become the official anthem of Caribbean
Michele Henderson was born in the Caribbean island nation of Dominica. From the age of two she was already developing and honing her musical skills by singing in the church where her father worked as the musical director. Her parents encouraged and nurtured her obvious musical talents throughout her upbringing, enrolling her in music school where she studied flute and music theory and teaching her the craft of songwriting. At the age of 15, Michele entered and took first place in a songwriting contest. The experience served as a confirmation of her talent and gave her the confidence to pursue music as her livelihood. Michele married former band mate, Roland Delsol Jr., who produced her first solo album, self-titled, Michele Henderson. Developing her repertoire in a number of genres, including jazz, calypso, reggae, R&B, soul and Zouk (a musical style developed in the islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique), she racked up hit songs and star turns at music festivals throughout the world. She’s shared the stage with such musical virtuosos as Chick Corea and appeared on the bill with Green Day and the Foo Fighters. Michele’s popularity soared throughout the Caribbean and she was appointed an Official Goodwill Ambassador to the Commonwealth of Dominica.
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