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ARTICLE: BAILEY'S BUNDLES

Five Women VIII – Alma Micic; Jane Ira Bloom; Laura Ainsworth; Abelita Mateus; Tash Sultana

Read "Five Women VIII – Alma Micic; Jane Ira Bloom; Laura Ainsworth; Abelita Mateus; Tash Sultana" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Alma Micic
That Old Feeling
Whaling City Records
2017

Serbian vocalist Alma Micic's 2014 Tonight (CTA Records) was a welcome addition to the jazz vocals discography because of its bold repertoire and compelling performance. Micic returns with a decidedly more focused and refined recording that mixes the new and old with ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Alma Micic: Tonight

Read "Tonight" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Vocalist Alma Micic hails from the creatively fertile Balkan area (Belgrade, Serbia) of Eastern Europe. As of late, she has been plying her trade in New York City and has struck up a very productive and creative relationship with guitarist Doug Wamble resulting in her third recording, Tonight, following The Hours (CTA Records, 2008) and Introducing ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Jazz Vocalist Alma Micic Covers Sweet Child O'Mine

Jazz Vocalist Alma Micic Covers Sweet Child O'Mine

New York-based vocalist Alma Micic has released her second single from the upcoming album "Tonight", produced by guitarist Doug Wamble who also plays on this track. Here is what Alma says on her new record: “I really took my time with this material. We recorded over time at Doug’s house, talking about what the songs meant to me and how ...

NEWS: VIDEO / DVD

Watch Vocalist Alma Micic's New Music Video "Tonight"

Watch Vocalist Alma Micic's New Music Video "Tonight"

New York based, Belgrade born jazz vocalist and songwriter Alma Micic has released her 2nd music video for the single “Tonight" from her upcoming third studio album. The video was filmed by acclaimed NYC cinematographer Joseph Zizzo who directed and edited it as well. The song was produced by guitarist Doug Wamble who also plays on it, mixed by James Farber ...

Alma Micic: The Hours

Read "The Hours" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

There are no doubts about it. Alma Micic (Mee-cheech) is a first rate jazz singer. On her debut album, Introducing Alma (CTA, 2004), she opened some doors with her seductive style working the Great American Songbook. Giving no hint of what was to follow, the release of The Hours raises the bar, leaving no hesitation about ...

NEWS: RECORDING

CTA Records Announces Release Of "The Hours", New Album By Extraordinary Vocalist And Songwriter Alma Micic

CTA Records Announces Release Of "The Hours", New Album By Extraordinary Vocalist And Songwriter Alma Micic

New York, NY, April 23, 2008 CTA Records has released The Hours, new album by extraordinary vocalist and songwriter Alma Micic. This is Almas second album on the CTA Records, following her critically acclaimed debut Introducing Alma. The Hours is much more then just a showcase for Almas rich, lush voice--its a deeply personal story that ...

NEWS: RECORDING

CTA Records Announces Release of "The Hours", New Album by Extraordinary Vocalist Alma Micic

CTA Records Announces Release of "The Hours", New Album by Extraordinary Vocalist Alma Micic

New York, NY, March 5, 2008 - On April 15, 2008 CTA Records will release “The Hours", new album by extraordinary vocalist and songwriter Alma Micic. This is Alma's second album on the CTA Records, following her critically acclaimed debut “Introducing Alma".

"The Hours" is much more then just a showcase for Alma's rich, lush voice ...

NEWS: EVENT

Alma Micic at Bowery Mission in New York on December 21 and December 28

Alma Micic at Bowery Mission in New York on December 21 and December 28

On two following Fridays, December 21 and December 28, jazz vocalist Alma Micic will be performing at two charitable concerts, singing for the homeless in New York's oldest rescue missions.

NPR Radio described Alma Micic as vocalist who “defines what jazz singing is all about". Born and raised in Belgrade, Serbia, Alma Micic moved to the ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Alma Micic: Introducing Alma

Read "Introducing Alma" reviewed by Mike Brannon

It's always a challenge to introduce a new artist, no matter how deserving or talented, without tripping over the usual litany of music journalist cliches. But jazz vocalist Alma Micic, though still young, really is the real deal in the making; self-assured both rhythmically and harmonically, she swings, has a great sense of space and time, ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Alma Micic: Introducing Alma

Read "Introducing Alma" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

On her début recording, singer Alma Micic presents a program of ten songs from the Great American Songbook or jazz standards with one original and a traditional Montenegrin “Sejdefu Majka Budjase."

Alma Micic has a nice way with a ballad and opens with the Strayhorn/Ellington “Day Dream," then moves on to an up-tempo, non-bossa ...