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Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey - with Carol Duboc!

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These days, when yours truly thinks of the two words "highly productive", I think of Carol Duboc.  After hearing "Colored Glasses" and reading about her plans, even more so.  And to follow her trail back to the beginning?  Whew!  It could make you TIRED!  LOL!  What a wonderfully sweet ride she has had - and is HAVING :)

Her roots are Kansas City - but Carol moved to Los Angeles to study at the USC Thornton School of Music.  Majoring in Vocal Performance and Music Composition - and minoring in Engineering - Carol came to the attention of Hip Hop Producer, Teddy Riley.  He marveled at her abilities and made sure that significant movers and shakers in the business ALSO knew.

Through the course of the busy years she has pursued her dreams, Carol has made several come true.  Hits for Patti LaBelle, Stephanie Mills, Chante Moore and Tom Jones - several albums of her own - from 2001 forward.  A wonderful musical partnership with great friend, Jeff Lorber, is part of this journey.  Carol will tell us how that relationship began.  It's part of her NOW, you see, with the new "Colored Glasses."  Set to drop in a matter of days, this new work is FULL of songs about "transition" - the period in Carol's life when she was becoming a single parent.  With her on this odyssey, the creme de la creme of musicianship.  Including Brian Bromberg, Jimmy Haslip, Lenny Castro, Paul Jackson Jr. and MORE.  

On top of celebrating the album, our guest is busy with a stage musical, a tour that will focus on her own music as well as Jeff's Fusion ensemble, and a very interesting association that she has with a website that will intrigue you.

Get ready for who L.A. Critic calls, "One of the most interesting and dynamic Jazz singers of her generation!"  

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