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The struggle of a gifted Female Bass Guitarist‏

In Real People on September 30, 2010 at 6:36 am

Melissa Vincent

The Hottest Female Bass Guitar Player >> Melissa Vincent

By Rahn Anthoni

Speaking with Melissa Vincent she shares that she’s the oldest of four children. Born into a family with a long history of talent.  A daughter to John and Linda Vincent of Riviera Beach Florida. Melissa’s mom Linda Vincent is the Song Bird of the Palm Beaches having a host of Gospel hits being played throughout the sandy beaches of Florida airwaves. At the age of 8 Melissa took piano lessons which didn’t quite fit her personality. Her parents then decided to present her with the bass guitar which Melissa meshed in like a moth does to fire. A gift of discernment she possessed and the very same gift taught her how to separate the good from the bad things in life.

At the age of 14 years of age Melissa wrote her first song called “You’re Worthy” which was recorded my her mother Linda Vincent.  Melissa has played her Bass guitar for a host of people such as Barbara Ward Farmer, The Pace Sisters, Darius Brooks and The Church of Christ State Choir under the direction of the late Mattie Moss Clark, Bishop Jacob Cohen State Bishop and the list goes on and on.

Melissa became the Music Director for the Bible way COGIC.  Melissa moved on to become the Music Director for a slue of groups like the Heavenly Stars, The Spiritual Knights, 2 Shye, The Heavenly Angels from Miami and The  Heavenly Voices. The Lord saw that Melissa was great in all aspects of music and also blessed her with the gift of prophecy. At age 35 God bestowed upon her another gift, the gift of healing.

We all know when you have the blessing of the Lord, tricks of the enemy comes and Melissa was hospitalized for Ketoacidosis. Which causes a person to have no protein in their body. Some of the devastations of the disease is the  flesh starts to eat and feed upon its self.  As a result of no protein Melissa obtained 3 boils that had to be lanced, boils as large as 3X5 inches deep. The boils then started to spread to her abdomen area 2×2 inches. Poison started to spread throughout m her body. Her Doctors stated if Melissa had to stay home another day she would have died.

Melissa stayed in the Critical Care Unit for 3 days, and during those 3 days God took her to a place call purgatory.  Purgatory is a place the unbelievers and the hypocrites go after death.  Also known as “a Cold hell”. The punishment is seeing the living and they can’t see you or hear you.  After the dream she asked God what are telling me? God told her to tell the people, if you don’t know God then whenever you die, that’s where you will lay. PURGATORY. If you die in the streets, ocean, home or a mall that’s your purgatory until God comes. Four days later she was released from the hospital. Melissa states that she had three nurses; one nurse pact the wound, the other nurses gave her antibiotics for two weeks. The Doctors didn’t know when the wounds would close so they said six months to a year. God closed those wounds in one month and exactly 2 weeks. Melissa stands before us alive and well to share her story with the world.

As Melissa went through all her trials and tribulations, all she could think about was her bass.

Her bass guitar has been her peaceful state because in a way it takes away the pain. This is how and why God has blessed her to be the hottest female bass player. The enemy sent the illness upon her in an attempt to stop her. It didn’t work.

If you are interested in  connecting , you can contact her at 561-541-6904. Hear her story with the world via her bass, an experience like no other.

Missy Vee’s African Beat (on Bass Guitar) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2t_pugQFDM

Missy Vee’s Rhythm & Blues  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CaOxDvyprHg&feature=related

Missy Vee’s Church Riff http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ImGr4rRxfQ&feature=related

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