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Life Lessons with Deana Martin, daughter of Dean Martin debuting Swing Street

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World-class entertainer, vocalist, and New York Times best-selling author Deana Martin shows why she reigns as the Queen of Cool with her 5th musical album, Swing Street, available now via Big Fish Records. It is the follow-up to Martin’s 2013 top selling album,Destination Moon, a compilation of her favorite jazz and pop songs, plus a duet with her father, Dean Martin, on True Love

"Swing Street” is one of the finest in Deana’s canon of work. Each album sees this artist grow … take more risks … and spread her wings. There are 15 swingin’ songs on "Swing Street” packed with all the diversity and elegance you would expect from a woman who is passionate about her music. Deana challenges herself with each project and "Swing Street” certainly proves that. In this collection,. Song titles include: 52nd and Broadway,I’ve Been Around, Spooky,Hearing Ella Sing,That’s Life, Bye Bye Blackbird,New York State of Mind,Good Things Grow..  

Deana Martin is an influential American singer, actor, performer and the very proud daughter of iconic entertainer, Dean Martin. Martin achieved success early in her career in films, theater and television, then quickly added recording artist, nationally syndicated radio host, licensed pilot, business entrepreneur and best-selling author of the New York Times coveted Best Seller list with her 2004 memoir, Memories Are Made of This: Dean Martin Through His Daughters Eyes to her repertoire.  What was the best advice your father gave you about going after your dreams?Are there elements of your father’s musical talent that you try to embody in your work today?What is the one song of your father’s that has meant the most to you over time?

 

 

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