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Cyrille Aimée visits the Americana Music Show

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This young woman's mother is from the beautiful Dominican Republic. That Caribbean influence is meshed into her music. Cyrille, fell in love with gypsy music and culture while in France where she was raised. She followed gypsies and their caravans for years as she grew up amidst the forbidden world of the gypsy where outsiders are not allowed to participate or observe.
   
Recognized by the French Gypsies as a true musician, she was allowed to become friends with them. She'll be here at SyndicatedNews.NET to be interviewed on the Americana Music Show with John McEuen.
 
            

“"Twenty-six-year-old Cyrille Aimée, with a voice like fine whiskey -- oaky and smooth, with a hint of smokiness -- sang in a kind of intimate communion with one raised hand, held before her face, in the stream of her singing, like a trumpet mute, as if to physically shape the sound.”  The Washington Post

“She’s alert and thoroughly engaged in the logic of moving harmony when she improvises, one of those singers whom nonsinging musicians call “'a musician'”. "Her singing is focused and playful, full of feeling, space and light.”"
The New York Times


 La madre de esta jovencita es Dominicana, y ella se crio en Francia. Se enamoro de la cultura y musica gitana. Se intrevistara con Juan de SyndicatedNews.NET

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