A Social Call Jazzmeia Horn

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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
18.01.2019

Label: Concord Records

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Vocal

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  • 1Tight03:03
  • 2East of the Sun (And West of the Moon)06:06
  • 3Up Above My Head03:36
  • 4Social Call02:25
  • 5People Make the World Go Round06:56
  • 6Lift Every Voice and Sing / Moanin' (Medley)06:08
  • 7The Peacocks (A Timeless Place)08:08
  • 8I Remember You02:12
  • 9Afro Blue / Eye See You / Wade in the Water13:04
  • 10I'm Going Down05:16
  • Total Runtime56:54

Info for A Social Call

Jazzmeia Horn ist Gewinnerin der Thelonious Monk International Jazz Vocal Competition und der Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition.

Mit versierter Reife und stimmlichem Selbstvertrauen weit über ihr Alter hinaus veröffentlicht die junge Sängerin Jazzmeia Horn ihr Debüt-Album A Social Call. Das Album zeigt ihr von der Natur gegebenes Talent und dass sie bereit ist, ihren Platz neben den besten Jazz-Sängern von heute einzunehmen.

Jazzmeia Horn, Gesang
Victor Gould, Klavier
Ben Williams, Bass
Jerome Jennings, Schlagzeug, Percussion
Stacy Dillard, Tenorsaxophon
Josh Evans, Trompete
Frank Lacy, Posaune




Jazzmeia Horn
Winner of the 2015 Thelonius Monk International Vocal Jazz Competition and 2013 Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition, Jazzmeia Horn has a name that speaks for itself capturing her very essence. Hailing from the great Dallas, Texas Jazzmeia has already earned a reputation in New York as a “Rising Star.” With the ambition to pursue a solo career, Jazzmeia graced the New York scene in 2009 and earned her degree at The New School for Jazz and contemporary Music . It wasn’t much later when she began to perform as a sideman with musicians Winard Harper, Junior Mance, Billy Harper, Lincoln Center Alumni Vincent Gardner, Delfeayo Marsalis, Mike LeDonne, Peter Bernstein, Johnny O’Neal, Vincent Herring, Kirk Lightsey, Frank Wess, and Ellis Marsalis.

Jazzmeia then began to appear in world famous jazz festivals and legendary jazz clubs such as Lenox Lounge, Bill’s Place, The Apollo, The Blue Note, Dizzy’s Jazz Club Coca­Cola, Minton’s, The Jazz Standard, Smalls Jazz Club, Zinc, Jazz Gallery, Birdland, and The New Jersey Performing Arts Center. Her accolades include Downbeat Student Music Award Recipient 2008, 2009, and Best Vocal Jazz Soloist Winner 2010, The 2013 Betty Carter Jazz Ahead Program at The Kennedy Center­Washington D.C., The Rising Star Award for the 2012 Sarah Vaughan International Vocal Jazz Competition, Finalist for Mid­Atlantic Jazz Vocal Competition 2014, and The 2015 ­16th Annual Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium’s Young Lioness Award.

Currently, Jazzmeia is a teaching artist in The NJPAC Well’s Fargo­Jazz for Teens Program and Jazz In The Schools Program in Newark, New Jersey. She appears in various clubs on the jazz scene nationally and internationally leading her dynamic group “The Artistry of Jazz Horn” which includes­ pianist, bassist, drummer, saxophonist, poet, dancer and herself­vocalist. Jazzmeia humbles her life and gift of music before God and says “I am thankful for the opportunity to play music professionally and have a deep desire to uplift the souls of others in need through my artistry in the spirit of music.”

"A singer who stands apart from many of her peers because she takes on every song she sings so naturally. Jazzmeia is a performer for whom every word, gesture, and ornament becomes an expression of her total conviction and she completely comes alive in the moment" - London Jazz News



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