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Jazz News Lynette Washington
2005 1st Place Winner in the Jazzmobile Anheuser-Busch Jazz Vocal Competition
On Friday, June 17, jazz vocalist Ms. Lynette Washington was the 1st place winner in the 2005 Michelob Red Ribbon Jazz Vocal Competition sponsored by Jazzmobile & Anheuser-Busch, Inc. at the Sculpture Garden in Yonkers, New York.
Appearing with 5 other finalists, Ms. Washington topped the evening with her renditions of Don’t Get Around Much Anymore (Duke Ellington) & Images/4 Women (Nina Simone).
This summer Ms. Washington will appear at Jazzmobile concerts and jazz festivals throughout New York City and the metropolitan area. For concert & events, log onto www.jazzmobile.org.
For your listening pleasure, Ms Washington’s CDs, Smoky Dawn, Live! At The Kennedy Center, and Long, Long Ago are available at GuavaJamm's Music Store for $9.99. To order, click on the link and experience a rare voice and a rare vocal talent!
Lynette will lift your spirits and make your heart soar. Share her musical gift as she continues to wow audiences in New York City and communities around the globe.
For bookings and other information:
Write to City Slicker Productions/Guavajamm Entertainment
P.O. Box L, Inwood Station, New York City 10034 (212) 567-0411; Email: juicy@guavaJamm.net
News Release: June 18, 2005
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