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GRACE GARLAND's passion and energy on Stage, earned her the description: "The TINA TURNER of JAZZ" Ms. Grace Garland is CHAPTER 12 in the Book TASTY JAZZ JAMS FOR OUR TIMES by Debbie Burke, about Jazz Musicians/Vocalists including Bobby Sanabria, Houston Person, Christian McBride!:) #AwardWinner GRACE GARLAND- Best Indie Song (Fall 2019)-CLOUZINE International Music Award,“Lovers Never Le (LIVE)” Producers: GRACE GARLAND/AlexanderGureev, Music AND Lyrics Written by: GraceGarland/DOckert GRACE GARLAND received a 2019 Global Music Silver medal for ALBUM Grace Garland-LADY G!; 2017 Global Music Award-SILVER MEDAL-female Jazz vocals for her original song "I'LL CRY LATER"; 2018 Global Music Award-SILVER MEDAL-lyrics/songwriter for "BEFORE YOU FALL ASLEEP"! Both songs were Co-written/Co-Produced by Ms

NEW YORK ATTITUDE

Label: JazzMatchmaker
Released: 2020
Track listing: New York Attitude

ARTICLE: RADIO

George Shearing Centennial, Woodstock turns 50 and the Charlie Parker Festival

Read "George Shearing Centennial, Woodstock turns 50 and the Charlie Parker Festival" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin

The celebration of 1969 continued in this broadcast, which included new releases from vocalists Nicholas Bearde, The New York Voices and Quiana Lynell, pianist Alberto Pibiri & the Al Peppers, plus a special Woodstock tribute by Erik Applegate & Time Child, with birthday shout outs to Pat Metheny in the first hour, Mary Stallings (80!) and ...

LADY G!

Label: JazzMatchmaker
Released: 2016
Track listing: TITS AND TOES #1; SAVE YOUR LOVE FOR ME #2; BEFORE YOU FALL ASLEEP Track 3; TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT Track #4; LOVERS NEVER LIE(Concert Version) Track # 5; MILLION ALYH ROZ/AUTUMN LEAVES Track #6; I'LL CRY LATER Track #7; SUPER NOVA (Concert Version) Track #8; SILENT WHISPERS Track #9

ARTICLE: IN THE BIZ

Artist Roundtable: Where's the Money?

Read "Artist Roundtable: Where's the Money?" reviewed by Kathy Sanborn

In our last roundtable, we delved into the topic of hiring a publicist, and the benefits of doing so. In this article, we will discover how our roundtable peers make money from their musical recordings. Are there any secrets to successfully releasing albums or singles in this era of free streaming and rampant stealing?

ARTICLE: IN THE BIZ

Hiring a Publicist: Is It Worth It?

Read "Hiring a Publicist: Is It Worth It?" reviewed by Kathy Sanborn

"Without promotion, something terrible happens... nothing!" --P. T. Barnum Jazz artists strive to make the best albums possible, choosing the best songs, selecting other musicians to interpret those songs, and recording the pieces with artistic and technical skill. When their masterpieces are complete, it does not all end there. The artist or band ...

SOMETHING PERSONAL (for M.B.)

Label: Alexander Gureev Records-MoscowRussia
Released: 2012


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