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Come Over

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
Track listing: Magic; Tell Me (Or Not); Come Over; Twitter Stole My Boyfriend; That Night; Turn Around; One More Time; Just Ask.

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Gina Kronstadt: Come Over

Read "Come Over" reviewed by Jeff Winbush

Everybody wants to be a star and everybody wants their turn in the spotlight. The recent documentary 20 Feet From Stardom focused on the struggles of background singers to emerge from the shadows. Gina Kronstadt can surely identify with that struggle.Whatever motivated Kronstadt's debut, Come Over, she demonstrates she's ready for her close-up. A ...

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Gina Kronstadt: Come Over

Read "Come Over" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Gina Kronstadt has graced recordings by many musical giants, including Dr John, Charlie Haden, Rod Stewart and Aretha Franklin. Most of the time it's her talent as a violinist that's called upon. For her debut release as leader, Come Over, she puts the violin to one side and concentrates on singing: original songs of love, with ...

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2010
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