JULY 31:  E-SPOT AT VITELLO’S!!!

We are back with another fun evening of music from the new CD at the E-Spot Lounge on July 31st at 8PM.

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Adding a tune or two, and more film clips!  If you came to the last one, and enjoyed it, please share this with anyone you think would dig it.

Piano:   Quinn Johnson

Bass:  Kevin Axt

Drums:   Ray Brinker

Trumpet:   Andrew Carney

Out of the Past: Jazz & Noir

Jazz vocalist Lauren White brings to life tunes featured in some of the most popular movies of the Film Noir era. With hip, contemporary arrangements, the CD is a sexy, fun, swinging, edgy project that will appeal to Film Noir buffs and to anyone who enjoys great songs sung with style and authority.
White is backed by an all-star band of top L.A.-based musicians. With arrangements by Kathryn Bostic and produced by Mark Winkler, Out of the Past: Jazz & Noir is a superb undertaking that highlights the talents of a singer who has been flying under the radar for far too long.

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Music Connection writes…

“On her exquisite and imaginative third album, versatile jazz stylist Lauren White brings the past into a fresh, hip and delightful present, fashioning colorful new twists on inspiring and dynamic but often obscure tunes from classic film noirs, including “He’s Funny That Way” from The Postman Always Rings Twice and “I’d Rather Have the Blues” from Kiss Me Deadly. Finding emotional sweet spots amid the lush and vibrant production of Mark Winkler, the embracing arrangements of Kathryn Bostic, and some top sidemen, White alternates beautifully between moments of deep, haunting intimacy and lively sass, wit and swing.” –Jonathan Widran

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About Lauren…

Lauren White is an accomplished Los Angeles-based jazz singer with a beautiful and versatile voice. Her first three CDs, Lauren White, Experiment, and Meant to Be, were well received and have enjoyed airplay on L.A.’s local jazz station KJAZZ as well as throughout the country. She performs twice yearly at the Metropolitan Room in New York City and can be heard in many jazz venues in the Los Angeles area, including Catalina Bar & Grill, Vitello’s, and the Cinegrill. Her newest CD, Out of the Past: Jazz & Noir, will be released in May, 2016. With updated jazz arrangements, the project brings to life songs featured in some of the most popular movies of the Film Noir genre.