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On this 'Lady in the Gown', we find 15 songs and only the title track is an original. The name was inspired by the NPR / KNKX interview from 2016, where she had to be named Lady in the Gown. Tabor was looking for a fresh sound and decided to work together with the beautiful 200 Trio.

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Jacqueline Tabor comes from Bellevue, Washington. Tabor graduated from Sammamish High School, where she studied music under jazz professor Jack Halm. Tabor studied music and history at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she developed a deep feeling for the blues and origins of jazz music. Jacqueline Tabor came to a sabbatical period to raise her children and returned to her hometown of Seattle.

In 2004, Tabor worked with the experienced vocalist and Cornish College instructor, Andrienne Wilson. This chance encounter led her to acquire the skills, techniques, and self-confidence to establish an official jazz band. In March 2005, Tabor started with the Black Lab Trio as the main vocalist. With this band, she could and should continue to develop her own skills. In early 2011, while considering her own progression as a jazz artist, Tabor decided to pursue a solo career, and the Jacqueline Tabor Jazz Band was born. The jazz group of Tabor is also inspired by one of her family members - her godmother, the late, great Edmonia Jarrett. Jarrett was a remarkable jazz singer whose astonishing career and journey of perseverance had an effect on Tabor, and continues to inspire her to this day.

On this 'Lady in the Gown', we find 15 songs and only the title track is an original. The name was inspired by the NPR / KNKX interview from 2016, where she had to be named Lady in the Gown. Tabor was looking for a fresh sound and decided to work together with the beautiful 200 Trio.

Max Holmberg on drums is an inspiration for the rhythm and creates a cool feeling and savvy more experienced musicians who want to. Greg Feingold is a bass player purist, someone who can play without electronic amplification. The power of his strumming is at the same time enormous and subtle. He orders the stage but leaves everything around him. Cole Schuster is a beautiful guitarist who has a very cool customer look on his face while playing and that makes your heart move and reflect. These men have really created a space for Tabor to broaden her list of songs with a lot of support and respect.

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