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With her sultry [voice] focused perfectly, Jacqueline brings back the meaning to these songs – great music by a great singer. Grady Harp - Amazon

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Grady Harp June 14th Amazon

Award-winning vocalist Jacqueline Tabor lives and performs in the Pacific Northwest. This Seattle sultry alto has a voice that contains style, passion, and sophistication. A native of Bellevue, Washington, Tabor graduated with degrees in s Music and History at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where she developed a deep understanding of the blues and the origins of jazz music. After taking a break from singing to focus on raising her children, Tabor returned to her hometown of Seattle and began performing more seriously in various clubs and competitions. She polished her the skills, techniques, and confidence to seek out an official jazz band for performances and began her stint with the Black Lab Trio as lead vocalist. In early 2011 Tabor decided to pursue a solo career and The Jacqueline Tabor Jazz Band was born. This band is the culmination of Tabor's personal jazz journey, fantastic musicians, diligence, and good old-fashioned hard work. In March 2011 at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley, Tabor was chosen as the seventh annual Seattle-Kobe Female Jazz Vocalist, an honor bestowed on her by the Seattle-Kobe Sister City Association. Tabor was granted the opportunity to travel and perform in Kobe, Japan at Asahi Hall. This journey was invaluable to Tabor's career and her life.


The ensemble is Jacqueline Tabor - vocals, Cole Schuster – guitar, Greg Feingold - bass and Max Holmberg - drums.

The tracks are On Green Dolphin Street, I Can't Give You Anything but Love, Autumn Leaves, Misty, Lady in the Gown, Caravan, Tight, When Lights are Low, Dindi, I Fall in Love Too Easily, That's All, Mood Indigo, It Could Happen to You, Never Make a Move Too Soon, and Crazy He Calls Me.

With her sultry [voice] focused perfectly, Jacqueline brings back the meaning to these songs – great music by a great singer. Grady Harp, June 18
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