Kat Gang – Love and the Lack Thereof

“Love and the Lack Thereof” is a beautifully crafted and passionate example of some of the best vocal jazz available today. The album features Kat Gang’s romantic, sly, and swinging take on lesser-known gems from the American Songbook, from the Lerner and Lane classic “My Shining...

Cheryl Fisher – Quietly There

For her sixth CD, Canadian vocalist Cheryl Fisher has recorded an album unique in both its repertoire and her approach. Purposefully chosen to be on the quieter side, Fisher puts a personal stamp on these beautiful, rarely heard songs, applying her musicianship and gift for vocal interpretation in...

Carol Fredette “No Sad Songs For Me”

We last heard from vocalist Carol Fredette on her first Soundbrush recording, Everything in Time (2009). Her repertoire was replete with, …”Light latin jazz, humid islands, and secure mainstream treatments.” Fredette remains fairly true to this mix of styles on No Sad Songs For Me,...

Kat Gang “Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams”

Kat Gang’s got a lyrical lilt to her charming voice and teams up with an all star team that includes the venerable rhythm guitar of Bucky Pizzarelli along with Mike Renzi/p, Jay Leonhart/b, Joe Ascione/dr, Warren Vache/tp, John Allred/tb and the warm toned tenor of Harry Allen. Chearful and endearing on...

Dena DeRose “We Won’t Forget You”

It’s no small thing to be called “The most creative and compelling singer-pianist since Shirley Horn,” but that’s how Joel Siegel, Washington City Paper, described Dena DeRose. It is with great pleasure that HighNote Records welcomes Dena to their roster with her label debut...

Uptown Vocal Jazz Quartet

Uptown Vocal Jazz Quartet (UVJQ) puts its sublime signature on an engaging but rarely heard vocal jazz genre and breathes new life into the tradition of the great harmonizing vocal groups with its new cool: a collection of swinging, tightly harmonized originals that is quickly becoming a vocalese classic....

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