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Champian Fulton: The Breeze and I

Read "The Breeze and I" reviewed by David A. Orthmann

Unlike the catholic approach to music evinced by many of today's young artists, the twenty-five year old singer and pianist Champian Fulton positively thrives in the confines of the American Popular Songbook. To cite one example from The Breeze and I, Fulton's fourth disc as a leader, an instrumental version of “My Heart Stood Still" includes ...

Champian Fulton: The Breeze and I

Read "The Breeze and I" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

For anyone unfamiliar with her music, Champian Fulton is a delightful surprise--a waft of fresh air; a ray of sunshine that can brighten the darkest day.

Fulton is a versatile pianist and singer who ingrains herself into the sentiment of a song. She has depth, emotional pitch and depth that rise to a high ...