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SATURDAY AFTERNOON CONCERT SERIES
D’Angelo - Live at the Cafe London- January 19th, Sean Jones - Live from Jazz at the Bistro - January 26th
1:00PM EST, 12 (NOON) CST & 10AM PCT only on JAZZMIX95.COM
Jeff Lorber Fusion, Jess Novack & Will Downing
Kurt Elling - The Questions
An adept singer with a lithe, highly resonant baritone voice and four-octave range, Kurt Elling has garnered abundant critical praise and numerous accolades for his distinctive brand of vocal jazz. Given the depth and broad vision of his recordings and performance style, Elling is in a league of his own. Planning a career in the academic world, he discovered jazz and took to it naturally. Deeply influenced by singer and poet Mark Murphy, Elling began to develop his idiosyncratic scat style in the smaller clubs of Chicago (primarily at the Green Mill, sharing the stage with legends Von Freeman and Ed Peterson) and then throughout the Midwest. An Elling show can contain ranting beat poetry, dramatic and poignant readings of Rilke, and hard-swinging scat.