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Paula Lammers

In a sea of talented vocalists on the Twin Cities Jazz Scene, Paula Lammers is a distinctive artist, “a solid soprano voice who shares each song’s story with heartfelt conviction, clear diction and a sweet (but not too-sweet) tone, swing where it needs to swing, energy where it needs to pop, wistful musing or upbeat sunshine as the story merits (Andrea Canter, Jazz Police.com). A native of St. Peter, MN, Paula recalls her first public performance of “Go Tell Aunt Rhody” at age four and wearing out the needles on her parents’ record player listening to Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, the Serendipity Singers and the Ray Coniff Singers

Deep Purple Dreams

Label: Nightingale Jazz
Released: 2010

A Blanket of Blue

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2005
Track listing: I Thought About You; Isn't It Romanitci; The Moon and I; Honeysuckle Rose; Gentle Rain; In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning; Too Close for Comfort; Meditation; Goodbye... Again; More; Under a Blanket of Blue.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Paula Lammers: A Blanket of Blue

Read "A Blanket of Blue" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Vocalist Paula Lammers, a music major at Gustavus Adolphus College and holder of a Masters degree in vocal performance from the University of Minnesota, almost gave up performing to devote her energies to teaching. Then the Minnesota Zephyr, a dinner excursion train, clanged into town. She got a job there, riding the rails and singing songs ...


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