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In a world crowded with holiday music, pianist and composer Pamela Hines gives us something new. Make that nine new original songs for the Christmas season. It’s a nice …
Vocalist Monique Danielle enters the jazz arena with Smile, a new CD loaded with jazz and pop standards.The Kansas City native sounds like an old pro, turn…
Kat Parra makes a strong case that she is one of the freshest, new voices in Latin jazz by following up her critically acclaimed debut album with an outstanding sophomor…
San Francisco Bay Area-based vocalist Karen Blixt aims for variety and delivers a strong sophomore release with Mad Hope.An innovative singer, Blixt plays …
In these days when people want things done quickly, results immediately, vocalist Kris Gayle reminds us to relax and enjoy the ride.Her latest effort, 8 a.m
Hot & Silver is a short, four-song introduction to Brooklyn-based vocalist and trombonist Elizabeth!With only a few songs to make an impression, the singer…
Having proven himself to be a top-notch interpreter, Britain’s Ian Shaw travels a new path on his latest effort by releasing an album of originals.It’s a good mov…
Listeners looking for something fresh and new should check out the debut CD from singer-songwriter Alyse Black.The Austin, Texas-based newcomer brings together an…
Singer Ginger Commodore’s performance at the 2006 Hot Summer Jazz Festival in Minneapolis is captured on her first solo release. Five songs from that show are on the CD alo…
Mary Ann Douglas comes from Southern California and was influenced by West Coast jazz. The singer writes all of her own music, and 18 of her original songs appear on her la…
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