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Jesse Palter: Paper Trail

Read "Paper Trail" reviewed by Chris Mosey

Carole King and her then husband Gerry Goffin once wrote a song titled “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" It was condemned in some quarters as being likely to encourage promiscuity and this gave King and Goffin a certain cachet. The song was originally recorded in 1960 by the African American girl group The Shirelles and ...

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The Matthew Yeakley Group: Clean Numbers & Dirty Words

Read "Clean Numbers & Dirty Words" reviewed by Paul Naser

The electric guitar has a history of players with fierce energy, and L.A. based guitarist Matthew Yeakley fits right into this tradition. Having studied with jazz guitar legends Scott Henderson and Jimmy Wyble, Yeakley has a refreshing blend of modern influence and tradition; he also cut his teeth performing in blues clubs in his native San ...

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Jesse Palter NYC Appearances

Jesse Palter NYC Appearances

A young vocalist puts a modern spin on jazz standards as well as originals. Anybody can quickly recognize Jesse's clear, natural talent for transforming a well worn song into one all her own, and enchanting listeners in ways few vocalists can. January 25 at Jazz Underground - sets at 9pm and 10pm:
Jesse Palter ...