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Never, and I mean never, allow anyone else’s ideas of who you can or can’t become sully your dream or pollute your imagination. This is your territory, and a KEEP OUT sign is a great thing to erect at all entrances to your imagination.Stay in a…Continue
Love has no other desire but to fulfill itself. To melt and be like a running brook that sings its melody to the night. To wake at dawn with a winged heart and give thanks for another day of loving."- Kahil GibranHappy Valentine's Day,…Continue
Sharon Marie is quickly becoming a favorite in LA's jazz club scene and performs with the finest jazz musicians and in the most exclusive rooms on the west coast. Hailing from Jacksonville, Florida, Sharon Marie is an extraordinary vocalist who brings a unique & distinguished sense of jazz history to her song stylings. Her approach to standards, show tunes and classic jazz is charming and refreshing… she often employs rhythmic and tempo variations that breathe enjoyable new life into familiar standards. Her brilliant interpretations and her smooth mellifluous sound leave a lasting impression on her listeners that is truly unforgettable!
"I'm very excited to share a single from our upcoming CD ‘THIS IS WHERE I WANNA BE’, a teaser, if you will. The song ‘LOVE DANCE’ written by Brazilian Composer Ivan Lins in1988, by its nature, lent itself to the feel of my music/this album... sensual, romantic, hopeful...and full of possibility. I’m very excited about our arrangement of ‘LOVE DANCE’ partly because it was a complete collaboration between all of us in the band. Building upon each of our ideas, we each contributed our interpretation of what this dance of love means. Drawing on the sensual, earthy call of african drums, we made the percussion the canvas upon which we created this spacious and passionate expression of Love Dance.... Enjoy!" ~ Sharon Marie Cline
She is exciting, sexy, fun and mesmerizing. Her style is reminiscent of a time gone by, yet is distinctively contemporary. Sit back, relax and cuddle up and enjoy listening to the romantic melodies of Sharon Marie Cline and "The Bad Boyz of Jazz".
Rich Eames-- Keyboard Adrian Rosen-- Bass Jon Stuart-- Drums Bill Hochberg--Guitar Rob Hardt- Saxophone Sharon Marie Cline -- Vocals0 Comments 0 Likes
The first production to feature amazing musicwomen was in 1998 with Gaiafest, A Celebration of Mother Earth with Women in Jazz, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, honoring jazz diva Dakota Staton. In 2007,…0 Comments 1 Like