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Dorie Pride is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Detroit, MI. She is purple sheep that walks to the beat of her own drum. She is a Taurus that thinks outside the box. Her sophomore album Love Will Find A Way is an open door that leads the listener into realms of thought-provoking stories taken straight from the pages of life. She started as a kid on her musical journey, playing a folk guitar she got for Christmas. Her neighbor Ray Parker Jr. taught her how to play three open chords. She wrote poetry and began the process of learning how to write songs. Lyrics came very quickly, while playing the guitar was much more challenging. In her early 20's, Dorie met Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer Kamau Seitu in LA and wrote songs with him. He taught her how to play guitar, use her ear and trust herself. ?Push through the pain and practice every day and you will one day be very good? said Seitu. The guitar brought such a sense of wholeness to her songwriting. Dorie and Kamau penned songs for Janet Jackson, La Toya Jackson, Johnny Mathis and The Spinners. Dorie has two CDs available her website, iTunes, Amazon, and CDBaby. She was voted Indie Music Channel Top New Artist and Lee Bailey's EUR Web Featured New Artist.
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Julie Holtzman was born in Montreal, Canada, and is a resident of New York . She is a Juilliard graduate and an internationally acclaimed Concert & Jazz Pianist/Arranger and an extraordinary Jazz Cabaret/Singer in different genres... more

Lorna Lesperance was born in Jamaica, W.I. She is the President of Women in Jazz South Florida, Inc. and one of the composers featured on the WIJSF Music Collections III and IV.

Lisa Yves was born in New York City on May 15. She started playing piano at age 7 and singing at age 10. Her first paying gig was at New York's Improvisation at 15. Lisa holds a B.A. in Jazz Vocal Performance from NYU, where... more

The I.D.s formed in 1964, with Founding Members: Gerrianne Lewis (Brizan), Joan Sitkowski, Linda Joy Mitchell, Roberta Dilts, and Cecille Flaim (Lopez). Additional members include: Penny Green, Vanesa Saco, Barbara Bullied, and... more

Mocha Blue Blaze (Shenece Scott) was born in Jonesboro, Louisiana. She began singing in church at four. She attended the University of Southwestern Louisiana, majoring in Vocal Music Education. She inspires people with thought-provoking... more

Sigrun Jording was born in Germany with Scandinavian roots. Today, she lives in Holland. Truly gifted, she started making music at four years old. She studied the classical piano for many years but at the age of 17 she fell in love with the... more

laraina_c is a vocalist, recording artist, woodwindist and mix engineer. Since 12, when the school's band teacher gave her a mouthpiece to take home and learn to blow, music has found its way to laraina_c. Never one to look a gift... more

Melissa ?MoonChild? Stokes was born in California to a Nicaraguan mother, who sang for popular radio stations in her country. Melissa was raised in Africa and the Middle East. From an early age, MoonChild wrote and published poetry.... more

Shirazette Tinnin was born in North Carolina to parents in Gospel groups. From 4, she loved drums. She studied with Cindy Blackman, Lewis Nash, Terri Lynne Carrington, Allison Miller, Sherrie Maricle, and Ernie Adams. She received a... more
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