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Paul Marinaro

Vocalist Paul Marinaro, dubbed as having “one of the most beautiful vocal instruments in the business today” by Howard Reich of the Chicago Tribune, is a modern classic. With Chicago as his home base, Paul has become one of the most in-demand and respected male vocalists and has “taken his place among the top five male jazz singers active today.” (Scott Yanow, LA Jazz Scene)

Paul demonstrates a mastery of and an infectious passion for the material he chooses, allowing him to successfully command audiences with his fresh interpretations. At home, he is currently enjoying sold-out engagements in Chicago’s world-famous venues, including Joe and Wayne Segal’s Jazz Showcase, The Green Mill, Andy’s Jazz Club, and at Winter’s Jazz Club where he is currently in residence. He has been a featured performer at The Chicago Jazz Festival in 2014 and again in 2017 for an audience of 10,000 on the stage at the massive Pritzger Pavilion, where his performance with jazz legend Sheila Jordan earned rave reviews and was named “Best of 2017” (Chicago Tribune). He has earned “Best Performance of the Year” in the Chicago Tribune in 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018; and “Best of Chicago 2015” in NewCity Magazine.

Album

The Bowie Project

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Slow Burn; 5:15 The Angels Have Gone; Changes; Letter to Hermione; Space Oddity; Let’s Dance; Stay; Quicksand; I Would Be Your Slave; Conversation Piece; Life on Mars?.

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

New Releases Plus Summer Birthday Shoutouts To Lyricist Dorothy Fields, Mavis Staples, Akua Dixon, Hey Rim Jeon & More

Read "New Releases Plus Summer Birthday Shoutouts To Lyricist Dorothy Fields, Mavis Staples, Akua Dixon, Hey Rim Jeon & More" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast includes new releases from Benny Benack III, Nanny Assis, Daryll Dobson and Heidi Martin, plus birthday shoutouts to lyricist Dorothy Fields, ((Hey Rim Jeon}}, Lauren Sevian, Akua Dixon, Gayelynn McKinney, Lauren Lee, Mavis Staples and Carol Morgan, among others. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you hear by seeing them live and ...

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Article: Liner Notes

Metropolitan Jazz Octet featuring Paul Marinaro: The Bowie Project


Read "Metropolitan Jazz Octet featuring Paul Marinaro: The Bowie Project
" reviewed by Neil Tesser


In the words of David Bowie: “Changes." The Metropolitan Jazz Octet's two previous albums teem with unadulterated jazz. Paul Marinaro is a hard-swinging, expressive baritone steeped in the Great American Songbook and the jazz tradition. So what in the galaxy are they doing with the music of pop legend--and onetime glam rocker, dancehall king, ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

New Releases, Winter JazzFest and a Celebration of Jazz Capricorns

Read "New Releases, Winter JazzFest and a Celebration of Jazz Capricorns" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast includes a preview of some of the women artists appearing at the Winter Jazz Fest, new releases from Amina Figarova, the 3D Jazz Trio, a tribute to the music of Irene Higginbotham by Christy Bennett's Fumee plus a single from songwriter Tracey Yarad, with birthday shoutouts to Capricorns Melba Liston, Chelsea McBride, Michelle Walker, ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Frank Sinatra, Spike Wilner, Paul Marinaro & Wayne Maureau

Read "Frank Sinatra, Spike Wilner, Paul Marinaro & Wayne Maureau" reviewed by Joe Dimino


We kick off the first show of 2023 with New Orleans drummer Wayne Maureau and music from his 2022 release At The Water's Edge as well as new music from Laura Ainsworth, Curtis Nowosad, Paul Marinaro and Yotem Silberstein. In between, we go old school with Billie Holiday, Jimmie Lunceford, Frank Sinatra and Bunny Berigan. One ...

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Slow Burn

Album:
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Label: Origin Records
Released: 2023
Duration: 06:40

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

A Wish For the New Year With New Releases by Fred Hersch & Esperanza Spalding, Remembering Artists Who Passed and More

Read "A Wish For the New Year With New Releases by Fred Hersch & Esperanza Spalding, Remembering Artists Who Passed and More" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This first broadcast of the new year celebrates 2023 with new releases from Fred Hersch & Esperanza Spalding and a single from Carla Muller, plus Part I of some favorite recordings of 2022 and a nod to some of the artists that left the planet last year. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you ...

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Article: Album Review

Paul Marinaro: Not Quite Yet

Read "Not Quite Yet" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


Singer Paul Marinaro issued his acclaimed debut album Without A Song (122 Myrtle Records) in 2013. Seven years after the release of his follow-up, “One Night In Chicago" (122 Myrtle Records), and with almost a decade of performing from coast to coast at top-end clubs, including New York's Birdland, he has released Not Quite Yet, which ...

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Article: Album Review

Paul Marinaro: Not Quite Yet

Read "Not Quite Yet" reviewed by Richard J Salvucci


The cover of the album is vaguely noir, with the urban greenish cast of tungsten film. A sole figure leans slightly against a building, downcast, staring into his soul, and waiting out a lit cigarette when it was still hip to smoke. The guy is Frank Sinatra and the album was In The Wee Small Hours. ...


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