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Sweet and Saxy: An Evening of Soulful Listening With Songstress Pamela Luss

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"You're in great company: Billie, Ella, and Helen Humes. They all had soul and so do you. Thank you for changing my universe when you sing." - Jerry Stiller "..There's a hint of huskiness, a variable cloudiness, a passing shadow that escalates her sound from merely pretty to intoxicating...Luss' aim is bulls-eye accurate." — JazzTimes, Christopher Loudon (Review of Sweet and Saxy) "A wonderful singer." - Jerry Lewis The above represents just a sampling of the praise that Pamela Luss has inspired from audiences throughout the land. For me, after having listened to Pamela's music, I just fell in love her voice and could not help but think of hauntingly beautiful, soulful tunes such as Since I Fell For You and Nobody But Me. Of course, I am not alone in expressing these sentiments as Pamela's new album,"Sweet and Saxy," with Houston Person reached #1 on 3 of J&R Music World's Bestselling Charts! It is also #1 on the Contemporary Jazz Vocal Chart, and #1 on the Jazz Vocal Chart, as well as the Jazz Chart. Joining me this evening to talk about her musical journey and share a few of her hypnotic renditions including "Ain't No Sunshine" is Jennifer Luss. So sit back and let her vocals cascade throughout your body from head-to-toe as we enjoy an evening of Soulful Listening with Pamela Luss.

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