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Live Review

Dianne Reeves at The Rose Theater

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Dianne Reeves Frederick P. Rose Hall New York, NY February 16, 2019 Dianne Reeves delivered a gracefully enchanting and heartfelt Valentine's Day weekend performance at The Rose Theater in Jazz at Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall. In its eighth year, JALC is still the most romantic venue for elite Jazz and unrivaled artistry. Reeves' grand entrance was eloquent and sophisticated as the band played softly amid her arrival. She held the microphone in her ...

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Atlanta Jazz Festival 2018

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Not even the forecast of rain for memorial day weekend could keep thousands of devoted jazz listeners away from the annual Atlanta Jazz Festival held in Piedmont Park. This year's 41st annual Atlanta Jazz festival highlighted a lineup on Saturday that featured women performers of which included Dianne Reeves, Terri Lyne Carrington, and Social Science, Jazzmeia Horn, Linda May Han Oh, Ingrid Jensen, and Tia Fuller. The festivities continued on Sunday featuring jazz artists The Bad Plus, Matthew ...

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Live Review

Dianne Reeves At The Belfast Festival 2014

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Dianne Reeves Belfast Festival Belfast, N. Ireland October 26, 2014 Dianne Reeves' first visit to jny: Belfast coincided with her first album in five years. For some artists, say Bill Frisell, Pat Metheny or John Zorn, a gap of half a decade between releases would be spoken of in reverential terms as their “silent period," but for other artists, like Reeves, no such sense of mystery surrounds an artistic drought. After several decades recording ...

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Live Review

Dianne Reeves at Boettcher Concert Hall, Denver

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Dianne Reeves Boettcher Concert Hall Denver, CO January 25, 2014 Let's get right to the most important fact: Dianne Reeves is the greatest living jazz singer. And she gives the dead ones a run for their money too. Pick any aspect: phrasing, intonation, soul, emotion, interpretation, range, control, improvisation. She has it all. And she knows how to use it. Those last three on the list, in particular, conspire to create remarkable and breathtaking ...

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Live Review

Dianne Reeves Quartet: Philadelphia, PA, December 1, 2012

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Dianne Reeves QuartetAnnenberg CenterPhiladelphia, PADecember 1, 2012Even though jazz vocalist Dianne Reeves grew up in Denver, judging by the reception she gets in Philly it could easily be her adopted hometown crowd. Reeves was back for a single tour date in support of two new recordings, and warmly recalled her first date in Philly at the Chestnut Cabaret in the '80s, saying that she still remembered how crowded it was and the great time she ...

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Live Review

Dianne Reeves with Strings Attached at Duke University

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Dianne ReevesPage Auditorium, Duke UniversityDurham, North CarolinaOctober 9, 2009

Dianne Reeves' fans were in full force on this Friday evening at Duke University's Page Auditorium. The near-capacity crowd, composed of mostly females, seemed to hang on every thing Reeves said and sang. She is a wonderful storyteller, and every tune on the program began with a delightful, quite timely talk. Her rich, finely-tuned voice was in its usually superb form, and she was applauded throughout ...

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Album Review

Dianne Reeves: When You Know

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True love has been a timeless topic for poets, storytellers and minstrels since the world began. From a young lover's innocent stares and awkward movements to the more compassionate phases that follow, Dianne Reeves turns her attention to the awareness that grabs hold when love takes over. What better way for an emotional singer to reach out heart to heart? The guitars of Romero Lubambo and Russell Malone play an important role in this lover's portrait, as do key players ...


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