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30May
2012
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Melody Gardot Returns From Her Absence With New CD Entitled “The Absence” Win A Copy!

Melody Gardot. The Absence
Melody Gardot. The Absence

Melody Gardot. The Absence

Jazz artist Melody Gardot has just released "The Absence" her 3rd CD. This time, she hooks up with noted guitarist and film composer Heitor Periera.

Gardot's third album reflects her time spent travelling the globe in support of her two previous releases, Worrisome Heart and My One and Only Thrill. After exploring the deserts of Morocco, the tango bars of Buenos Aires, the beaches of Brazil, and the streets of Lisbon, the Philadelphia-based artist captured the essence of these exotic locales in her new music.

Gardot found her voice during music therapy sessions after she was hit by a car at age 19. Now 25, the singer also models for luxury brands Lanvin and Piaget in between sold-out concerts around the globe.

The Absence is available on iTunes and Amazon, and is streaming in full on Spotify.

To listen to the single "Amelia" and for your chance to win a copy of the CD, click the continue reading button.

25Oct
2011
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Pink Performs For First Time After Childbirth

Pink took to the stage randomly at Sleep No More in New York City over the weekend, joining the stage with Stella St. Clair.

Girl, still got the pipes and looks amazing too!  Pink should do more jazz like stuff.  Totally digging it.

Check it out above and let us know what you think.-DocFB

Diagnosis:  Glad She Didn't Listen To What L.A. Reid Told Her 10 Years Ago....

25Jul
2011
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Lada Gaga Talks About The Death Of Amy Winehouse

Lady Gaga & Amy Winehouse. Photo: Atrl.com
Lady Gaga & Amy Winehouse. Photo: Atrl.com

Lady Gaga & Amy Winehouse. Photo: Atrl.com

We were waiting for Lady Gaga to talk about the passing of Amy Winehouse and she has.  She took to Twitter to release a statement about the late singer.

Lady Gaga had this to say about Amy Winehouse's death;

Amy changed pop music forever, I remember knowing there was hope, and feeling not alone because of her. She lived jazz, she lived the blues.
 

She did live jazz and the blues...and the torment of an addiction she could not shake.  We do not know Amy's cause of death still and we are not assuming anything.  I am glad Gaga took the time to express her thoughts about Amy.-Dr.FB

Diagnosis:  Le Sigh