Queens Of Jazz 2018

The Joy And Pain Of Jazz Divas A celebration of some of the greatest female jazz singers of the 20th century. It takes an unflinching and revealing look at what it actually took to be a jazz diva during a turbulent time in America’s social history – a time when battle lines were being constantly…

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KAROL G, Tiësto – CONTIGO

So first things first — in case you missed it, as I almost did if it had been for a late night scroll across my Instagram feed yesterday — Karol G, Colombian superstar, released a new single with EDM DJ Tiësto. “Contigo” (translation: “With You”) is a banger. In and of itself, that is not…

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Joan Armatrading at Asylum Chapel

One of the world’s greatest singer-songwriters, Joan Armatrading, does what she does best, accompanied by a full live band. Filmed at Asylum Chapel, London, in 2021, the show contains a plethora of new songs and classic tracks from across Joan’s successful career – including Better Life, Consequences, Love and Affection, Drop the Pilot, Down to…

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Sight And Sound In Concert: Joan Armatrading 1977

Joan Armatrading’s performance at the Hammersmith Odeon, which includes hits like Willow, Love and Affection, and Show Some Emotion. First shown in November 1977. Her band comprises Quitman Dennis (saxophones, flute, vocals), Red Young (keyboards, vocals, thumb piano), Jerry Donahue (guitar, vocals), Bryan Garofalo (bass) and David Kemper (drums). DOWNLOAD

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Joan Armatrading’ First Symphony

VIDEOLINK: https://dai.ly/k3KPtDLBNqZJdZzNTD1 DOWNLOAD THE MP3 OF THE RADIO PERFORMANCE Last year, Chi-chi Nwanoku, the founder and artistic director of the Chineke! Orchestra, received an email out of the blue from the singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading. She, the message said, had finished composing her first classical composition. They exchanged a few more emails about the piece, Symphony…

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