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Carter Calvert

Carter Calvert has been touring the globe performing to sold-out audiences, garnering critical acclaim for her extraordinary talent. She has performed as a headliner internationally in South Africa, Greece, Bermuda, Croatia and Italy. Her debut recording Carter Calvert and the Roger Cohen Trio enjoyed Top 15 placement on the American jazz charts, peaking at #13 overall, right above Paul McCartney. An ever-evolving artist, Calvert’s latest project is a collaboration with two household names in jazz: Grammy® award-winning Ulysses Owens, Jr. (Producer/Drums) and Grammy® award-winning Laurence Hobgood (Arranger/Piano), renowned for their imagination and artistry

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Carter Calvert: It's A Man's World

Read "It's A Man's World" reviewed by Geannine Reid

Sophistication, sultry and a powerhouse--though these words are often used in description of jazz vocalists, in this case it is actually true. Carter Calvert spots a six octave voice that is well-rounded, precisely tuned, and can grit and shine with the best of them. Carter is not a newbie by any sense of the word. Calvert ...

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Bill Carrothers: Family Life

Read "Family Life" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Pianist Bill Carrothers gets personal in Family Life. Entering the stream of Americana flowing straight down the middle of jazz, Carrothers produces his Kinderszenen (1838) after German composer Robert Schumann, or, at the very least, his Woodland Sketches (1896) after American composer Edward MacDowell. Family Life is is a carefully constructed set of musical miniatures capturing ...

Lisa Hilton: American Impressions

Read "Lisa Hilton: American Impressions" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Lisa HiltonAmerican ImpressionsSelf Produced2012 The last few years have seen the release of significant jazz recordings celebrating Americana. The majority of these have been devoted to jazz vocals and include: Jacqui Sutton's novel “Frontier Jazz" concept as manifested on her 2010 release Billie & Dolly (Toy Blue Typewriter ...


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