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There’s bound to be a bit of a disconnect trying to match the songs you hear to the artist who sings them on Renee Olstead’s stunning 143/Reprise Records debut album. Here, after all, is a consummate collection of some of the most beloved standards in the great American songbook, from “Summertime” to “Someone To Watch Over Me,” “What A Difference A Day Makes” to “Sentimental Journey,” and including “A Love That Will Last,” the breathtaking new ballad from Renee Olstead’s mentor and producer, David Foster (famed producer of Josh Groban, Michael Bublé and Celine Dion). It’s music performed with all the panache, polish and personal flair that has resonated in the repertoires of everyone from Billie to Judy and beyond

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The Stars Come Out As "Martini In The Morning" Salutes One Of Its Own: Monday, June 25th at Catalina Bar & Grill in Los Angeles

The Stars Come Out As "Martini In The Morning" Salutes One Of Its Own: Monday, June 25th at Catalina Bar & Grill in Los Angeles

For almost 12 years, MartiniInTheMorning.com has been streaming music to music lovers across the USA and around the world. Great American songbook gems from artists like Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald and Dean Martin to contemporary artists like Michael Bublé, Diana Krall, Harry Connick, Jr. and Steve Tyrell have attracted listeners of all ages from around the ...

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Read "Jimmy Scott: I Go Back Home" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

Jimmy Scott: I Go Back Home Kemper Music, Sine Qua Non Music 2016 “Little" Jimmy Scott (1925-2014) was for a long time the world's greatest jazz singer nobody ever heard of. Enormously talented, with an intuitive grasp of the jazz idiom and the blues, he began his ascendance as a singer with ...

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John Daversa: Kaleidoscope Eyes

Read "John Daversa: Kaleidoscope Eyes" reviewed by Paul Naser

Internationally renowned performer, composer, arranger, band leader, teacher; John Daversa's talents include these among many others. His in demand skills as a world-class trumpet player have led him to perform on such prestigious stages as the Monterey Jazz, Montreal Jazz and Montreux Festivals, on such well known American programs as Late Nite with David Letterman and ...

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Nora Germain: Let It Rip!

Read "Let It Rip!" reviewed by Carl L. Hager

How good is your memory? Remember when the gold standard in jazz was that the music needs to swing? Good memory, eh? Remember jazz violin, that four-stringed instrument that was bowed and tucked under the musician's chin, not stood on end? Jazz violin is a tradition which has faded to such a ...

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Label: 143 Records
Released: 2009

Renee Olstead

Label: 143 Records
Released: 2004

Introducing

Label: 143 Records
Released: 2004


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