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Meg Clifton

Meg Clifton is 26 years old. She has her Masters in Jazz studies. Her style has been described as swinging with a fresh and sexy quality and rich with the knowledge of jazz vocal history. Meg has been performing regularly at Chris' Jazz Cafe in Philadelphia, PA which was noted by DownBeat Magazine as being one of the 100 greatest jazz clubs on the international scene. Meg has performed at the Rosemary Clooney Festival in Lexington, KY, Ticonderoga Festival, New York, Quinnipiac University in Connecticut, frequently at the Sellersville Theatre, Sellersville, PA, Philadelphia Art Museum, Philadelphia, PA and the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

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Dan Monaghan: The Man Behind The Swing

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Dan Monaghan is a working drummer who makes an indispensable contribution to the music by being the one who provides the swing and support that allows the other musicians to achieve their diverse objectives. He performs so often in the Philadelphia area that if you go to a jazz show, there's a fair chance he'll be ...

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Rick Lawn's Power of Ten at Chris' Jazz Cafe

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Power of Ten Rick Lawn, Musical Director Chris' Jazz Café Philadelphia, PA February 4, 2014 The Power of Ten is a cracker-jack ensemble of some of the best Philadelphia-based musicians. Powered by its founder and leader, Rick Lawn, their first and only CD, Earth Tones (Self-produced, ...

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J.D. Walter: Being a Verb

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J.D. Walter is a jazz singers' singer--a purist and an innovator. Although his style has been compared to many vocal titans, it is in the same breath, uniquely his own, and he has become a singular phenomenon on the music scene. Respected and lauded by the great musicians of the contemporary circuit, ...

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A Tribute to Anita O

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Meg Clifton Mitchell and Mary Ellen Desmond Chris' Jazz Café, A Tribute to Anita O'Day Philadelphia, Pennsylvania June 2, 2007 Meg Clifton Mitchell (hereafter referred to as “Clifton," the maiden name familiar her fans) and Mary Ellen Desmond are Philadelphia-based jazz vocalists of the highest caliber. They periodically join ...

Meg Clifton: You're a Sweetheart

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. Can

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Meg Clifton CD Release Event at Chris' Jazz Caf

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Meg Clifton Chris' Jazz Café Philadelphia, PA December 17, 2005 Meg Clifton's new CD, You're a Sweetheart (independent), is a rich compendium of jazz standards sung with uncommon grace, resilence, and interpretive richness. On December 17th, 2005, this reviewer attended two sets of her CD Release event at Chris' in ...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Meg Clifton: You're a Sweetheart

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Meg Clifton You're a Sweetheart Independent 2005 You may ask, “Who needs another female singer with a great voice and a sophisticated sound who sings jazz standards? Good point--they exist in droves these days. But--if it's Meg Clifton you're talking about, that's another story. She's just special enough ...


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