LOVING YOU: CELEBRATING SHIRLEY HORN
SELECTED AS ONE OF THE
TOP 25 RELEASES OF 2017
BY ALL ABOUT JAZZ

LOVING YOU: CELEBRATING SHIRLEY HORN
2018 NOMINEE
INDEPENDENT MUSIC AWARDS
VOCAL JAZZ ALBUM

In 2017 some of the best jazz found its path by looking forward, doubling back, and/or branching out. In short, this music and the dedicated artists who make it continued to uphold a legacy paradoxically built on tradition, change, absorption, and refraction.

DAN BILAWSKY, ALL ABOUT JAZZ
COMPLETE REVIEW

There's simply nothing not to love on 'Loving You,' so listen closely and drink it in.”

— ALL ABOUT JAZZ

Haunting and harrowing on a variety of visceral levels.”

— JAZZ WEEKLY

A distinctive voice, as honeyed as Nat Cole, Johnny Hartman and Johnny Mathis.”

— CADENCE MAGAZINE

… magical…”

— NPR

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… the faint of heart! Continuing spinal issues have sidelined me for the past few months. I hope to be on the road to recovery over the early months of summer 2015. Cheers!

Julie Wilson (1924-2015) 

RIP Ms. Julie Wilson. Truly one of the greats. Feel so privileged to have seen her perform several time live and to have met her once. The title track off my recording "Street of Tears" was first recorded in vocal version by Ms. Wilson on her 1957 album "My Old Flame." Such a loss…Read more

Julie Wilson… 

… LOVED my new recording of the song "Street of Tears." This was relayed to me by a close friend of hers. Ms. Wilson, the legendary cabaret performer, recorded the song for her 1957 album "My Old Flame." Other than instrumental versions by conductor Richard Hayman and trombonist Jack Teagarden, I know of no other recordings. Could I be more flattered? Unlikely. Julie Wilson, as an interpreter and performer, is in a league of her own. Wait until the CD release, and y'all get to hear it!

Street of Tears 

"Street of Tears," my debut Canadian recording, is almost here! My Jazz Bistro debut and CD release on Sunday, 23 November 2014 will feature music from the recording plus a few special musical gems. Joining me on stage will be Mark Kieswetter (piano), Reg Schwager (guitar) and Ross MacIntyre (bass). The digital version of the recording will be available later this year.