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Kathleen Holeman - Live At Corbin Theater (2016)

29-05-2016, 22:38
Vocal Jazz | Blues | FLAC / APE

Title: Live At Corbin Theater (2016)
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Self Released
Genre: Jazz/Blues Vocals
Quality: FLAC | MP3
Total Time: 69:27
Total Size: 451 MB | 164 MB

1. I've Got The World On A String (Live) (3:38)
2. Black Coffee (Live) (6:51)
3. Midnight Sun (Live) (7:16)
4. Almost Like Being In Love (Live) (4:40)
5. You Must Believe In Spring (Live) (4:20)
6. Since I Fell For You (Live) (6:44)
7. It's Alright With Me (Live) (5:22)
8. Skylark (Live) (5:17)
9. Stormy Monday (Live) (8:30)
10. I Didn't Know What Time It Was (Live) (4:12)
11. Detour Ahead (Live) (5:47)
12. Bye Bye Blackbird (Live) (6:45)

Holeman is known for performing with artists all over the Midwest and South. Locally she has performed with the Kansas City Jazz Orchestra. She currently co-directs the St. Joseph Big Band and leads smaller combos in clubs, restaurants and private venues. She has been a judge at several jazz competitions, including the Iowa Vocal Jazz Championship. She’s also the director of vocal jazz and jazz piano at Missouri Western State University.

Her band will include guitarist Rod Fleeman, who developed a love for jazz while a freshman at Southwest High School in Kansas City. After high school Fleeman attended the University of Utah and studied jazz guitar under Dr. William Fowler. Fleeman has taught jazz guitar at Missouri Western State College and is currently on staff at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

Al Wiley has played the drums for more than 50 years. He’s entertained at the Kansas City Jazz Festival, the 18th and Vine Festival, Parkville Day’s Jazz Festival and more. He also subs at the Kansas City Symphony from time to time.

James Albright will play bass. Originally from Nebraska, he came to Kansas City in 1992. He plays classical bass and serves as principal with the Northland Symphony and Liberty Symphony. He teaches bass at his private studio and at William Jewell College.

Walter Bryant will play keyboards. His Northland connections include serving as musical director for Worlds of Fun. He also serves as music director at Platte Woods United Methodist Church.

Doug Talley plays reeds. He is an Elmer saxophone artist and clinician who has performed with jazz legends. He’s recorded with the Kansas City Jazz Orchestra and his own works.

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