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Sweet Lu Olutosin

Atlanta-based internationally acclaimed Jazz vocalist and recording artist Sweet Lu Olutosin has headlined stages from the Kennedy Center (DC), the Pierre (NYC), to Teatro Rendano (Cosenza, Italy), bringing audiences to their feet in excitement. His latest project is called “Meet me at the Crossroads” debuted at number 4 on the Billboard Jazz Albums Charts, just behind Gregory Porter and Norah Jones. During its next 3 weeks, it climbed to number 1 on the Billboard Traditional Jazz Albums Charts. 
  
A Global Music Award winner, Sweet Lu Olutosin’s appearances have been characterized as an explosive blend of soul, blues, jazz and gospel

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Sweet Lu Olutosin: Sweet Lou's Blues

Read "Sweet Lou's Blues" reviewed by Geannine Reid

Lu Olutosin, aka 'Sweet Lu,' is an innovative vocalist based in the Washington D.C. area. Olutosin served for thirty five years in the Military as a Police Officer and archived the rank of Colonel. Upon retiring from the Military, Olutosin found that his calling to be a jazz vocalist was still as strong as it was ...


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