Vocalist Tine Bruhn's "Entranced" out on June 2


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Tine Bruhn
Jazz vocalist Tine Bruhn's debut solo album “Entranced" consists of a welcoming blend of mellow, yet groove-based originals, contemporary pieces by Joshua Redman with Tine's lyrics, songs by McCoy Tyner and Djavan, and a Swedish folk song arranged as a jazz waltz. There’s the ear-catching “Miles Away” with Maurice Brown’s beautiful trumpet solo, Tine Bruhn’s own “Tears” goes straight to one’s heart, as does McCoy Tyner’s “Search For Peace” which is not often performed by vocalists. R&B elements are introduced in the cool original “Baby, Let Me Love You” with a strong back beat, muted trumpet and Rhodes.

Maurice Brown (trumpet)
Daniela Schachter (piano)
Marco Panascia (bass)
Gregory Hutchinson (drums)

Tine Bruhn: Originally from Denmark, Tine has lived in the US for the past eleven years. She studied jazz at Berklee College of Music and moved to NYC in 2001 after finishing her Bachelor’s Degree. In New York she is an active member of the jazz scene with frequent concerts at Zinc Bar, one of the city’s major jazz gems. The Tine Bruhn Quartet went on tour to Germany and Denmark in the spring of 2009 and the next European tour is already in the works with a focus on jazz festivals in 2010.

“...a beautiful voice that moves so softly with the music; making you feel all the emotions that the song was meant to deliver. And her delivery, is like the feeling you have right before a first kiss. The anticipation of her next note is chilling..." -- Mike McCabe, thebestindiemusic.com

Tine's delivery of Search For Peace is stunning!!" --George Carroll

Entranced has already made it to radio stations in the US, Italy, Portugal, Macedonia and Australia.

Available on CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon and other legal download sites.

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