jazz vocals

Hadassah Greensky

January 8, 2019
Hadassah Greensky is an Anishinaabe/Ojibwe vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and visual artist that uses collaboration, community and performance to reveal hidden female and Native American legacies in jazz to propel jazz music into the future. She attended The New School for Jazz and Oakland University for Jazz voice, studying under top professors in the country and immersing...
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Ursula Walker has been a mainstay of the Detroit music world for 66 years, beginning at the age of eleven on Detroit television and radio. Her outstanding talents as a unique stylist of ballads, standards, and jazz gained her national recognition among her peers, fielding many offers to tour nationally – with Stan Kenton, the...
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Kathy Kosins

November 9, 2018
Rare Hometown Performance! ASCAP award-winning vocalist Kathy Kosins has won the hearts of critics and fans around the globe with her eclectic musical palette that expands the rich history of Jazz and Soul. Born and bred during the Motown era of Detroit, she began singing and arranging background vocals for producer Don Was (now president...
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The classic, soothing tone of Kameryn’s voice and the sensitivity of Galen’s playing create a sound reminiscent of Nora Jones, Bill Evans, Vince Guaraldi, and Astrud Gilberto. Kameryn and Galen have been performing music together for over 3 years and have collaborated in numerous projects that span a wide variety of genres. www.galenbundy.com/pianotrio
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Meri & Marvin!

August 17, 2018
Jazz vocalists Meri Slaven and Marvin Jones offer energetic interpretations of popular jazz standards, delivered by 2 local vocalists in both solo, and duet form. Backed by a killer ensemble!
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Dave Vessella

July 25, 2018
Trumpet player, vocalist, composer, and arranger, Dave Vessella’s unique sound is reminiscent of traditional New Orleans music and west coast jazz a la Chet Baker. Vessella has played at the Detroit Jazz Festival and the Panama Jazz Festival with Wayne State University and Danilo Perez, Walter White’s Big Band at the Michigan Jazz Festival, The...
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Emma Lee Aboukasm is an award-winning, Detroit-based recording artist, vocalist, pianist, and composer. Educated in classical and jazz music at the University of Michigan, she is now performing everywhere in Detroit, including intimate venues like the Dirty Dog Jazz Cafe to expansive ones like the Detroit Jazz Festival. Recently, Emmalee co-produced her debut album Rise...
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Focusing on the roots of American Jazz, the Harvey Reed Quartet presents a collection of jazz standards from the classic American Songbook, spanning decades of critical compositions that celebrate the evolution of the genre. The Detroit-based musicians are seasoned and sensational, venerable veterans of the Motor City’s jazz community: Dr. Harvey Reed on piano, Rich...
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Yvette Norwood-Tiger, international jazz vocalist and recording artist, songwriter, vocal coach, Recording Academy (Grammy) recording and voting member, and founder/director of Palm Beach International Jazz Festival (www.palmbeachinternationaljazzfestival.org), is a Detroit, Michigan native who hails from a family of musicians, including a father who played guitar and a mother who played drums. Her CDs, A’LA ELLA!...
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Paul plays sax, flute and sings ala Chet Baker. He is an experienced jazz artist and brings a commensurate band: Gary Schunk (piano), Kurt Krahnke (bass) and Pete Siers (drums).
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