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Eugenie Jones

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With her lavishly praised 2013 debut album Black Lace Blue Tears under her belt, late-blooming jazz vocalist and composer Eugenie Jones immediately faced questions about whether she was a one-hit wonder or a real contender. Sure, she displayed quick rhythmic reflexes, a silken tone, and real songwriting savvy, but did Jones have what it takes to go the distance, to sustain a career in jazz’s cruelly competitive ring. Her even more impressive second album, Come Out Swingin’, makes a persuasive case for Jones’s status as a heavyweight talent. Seasoned by several years of steady work following the release of Black Lace, the Seattle-area singer displays the rhythmic authority, emotional insight, and melodic invention of an artist who can hold her own in any company. “With Black Lace Blue Tears behind me I wondered, was that a fluke? Do I really have a gift, can I continue? Almost immediately I started writing again,” says Jones, “and put those questions to rest

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Article: Radio

Popsicle Illusion and Sweet Summer Love

Read "Popsicle Illusion and Sweet Summer Love" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This midsummer broadcast Included new releases from vocalists Lori Williams, Barb Jungr and Lisa Rich, pianists George Cables, Hiroe Sekine, and a 10th anniversary reissue from bassist John Miller, with birthday shout outs to Jazz Masters Annie Ross and Joanne Brackeen, plus vocalists Lainie Cooke, Janis Siegel, Nnenna Freelon, Karrin Allyson and Carla Hassett, among others. ...

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Come Out Swingin'

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015

Album

Come Out Swinging

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: Swing Me; All of Me; A Way About You; Sweet Summer Love; 24/7, I’m Alright/Samba Ending; I Could Get Lost in Your Eyes; Rain Rain Don’t Go Away; Bye Bye Blackbird; Begin the Beguine; Run Devil Run; It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World.

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Article: Album Review

Eugenie Jones: Come Out Swinging

Read "Come Out Swinging" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


The last we heard from Seattle-based Renaissance woman Eugenie Jones was on her quite excellent debut recording Black Lace Blue Tears (Self Produced, 2013). On that recording Jones demonstrated great accomplishment as a vocalist, composer, and arranger. She was in the process of transitioning from a successful marketing career to a singer. That kind of change ...

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Swing Me

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Duration: 5:17

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News: Recording

Seattle Jazz Singer Eugenie Jones To Release "Come Out Swingin'" May 12

Seattle Jazz Singer Eugenie Jones To Release "Come Out Swingin'" May 12

Eugenie Jones’s widely praised 2013 debut, Black Lace Blue Tears, introduced a late-blooming but fiercely original jazz vocalist and songwriter to the jazz world. Among other honors, the disc was named Earshot Jazz’s Northwestern Recording of the Year. The Seattle-area singer’s response to her warm critical reception was to start writing again and prove that her ...

Album

Black Lace Blue Tears

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
Track listing: A Good Day; Can You Dance?; Take Five; All The Kings’s Men; So Hard To Find; Black Lace Blue Tears; Perfect; I Want One; In A Shot Of Tequila Or Two; My Funny Valentine; Sat’day Night Blues.

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Take 5

Featuring the music of Eugenie Jones
Duration: 5:03

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I Want One

Featuring the music of Eugenie Jones
Duration: 4:48

Available on her debut release, Black Lace Blue Tears, at Available at www.cdbaby.com/cd/eugeniejones - An original jazz ballad about the "right" man and the woman strong enough to not settle for less; by a refreshingly different straight ahead song stylist and songwriter with her own take on love, romance, tequila and jazz.

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