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Article: Radio

From C to Shining C

Read "From C to Shining C" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


The broadcast fell after Independence Day but included sparkling new releases from vocalists Rachelle Garniez, Lucy Yeghiazaryan, Isabel Crespo (For Now) and saxophonist Bob Sheppard, with birthday shout outs to Louis Armstrong, organist Rhoda Scott, vocalists Claudia Acuna, Melissa Walker and trombonist Natalie Cressman among others. Playlist Rhoda Scott “From C to Shining C" ...

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News: Event

The New Singer's Jazz Series Spring Fling in Toronto

The New Singer's Jazz Series Spring Fling in Toronto

SATURDAY MARCH 10th Doors Open 6:30 For Dinner—Show Starts @ 8pm Hosted by Julie McGregor Featuring Special Guests: Maureen Kennedy, Laura Marks, Neil Kristian Parent, Moreen Murray and jazz poet; Chris Hercules with Norman Amadio on piano and Duncan Hopkins on bass Trane Studio is located at: 964 Bathurst Street ...

Album

This Is Always

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2006
Track listing: This Is Always; After You; Get Out Of Town; River Man; Love Came; You For Me; Dreamer; Let's Face The Music And Dance; Humpty Dumpty Heart; Illusion; Winter Of My Discontent; Who Knows Where the Time Goes.

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Article: Album Review

Maureen Kennedy: This Is Always

Read "This Is Always" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


Toronto jazz singer Maureen Kennedy clearly owes a good part of her style to the cool femme vocalists of the 1950s and '60s. There's a lot of the vibrato-less vocal technique of singers like Helen Merrill and Irene Kral in her delivery, even though she doesn't particulary sound like either of them. In addition ...


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