Jacqueline Tabor, The Lady in the Gown Review
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Sometimes you have so much music coming at you, it’s easy to miss a gem. Thankfully there are those out there that keep reminding you to take a listen and give it a try. Why I missed this one, who know. The good news is, introducing Jacqueline Tabor a native of Bellevue, Washington. She graduated from Sammamish High School where she studied music under Jack Halm, who taught in the Bellevue School District and at Seattle Pacific University. Tabor studied Music and History at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where she first cut her teeth on the blues and the origins of jazz. A momentary hiatus to raise her kids never quenched the thirst of desiring to perform full time. Tabor returned to her hometown of Seattle in 2003. She began performing regularly in various clubs and competitions with great result. Her debut album The Lady in the Gown is a combination of jazz and jazz/blues selections with predominately jazz standards with the exception of the title track being penned by Tabor.
The Lady in the Gown
On Green Dolphin Street
I Can't Give You Anything but Love
Lady in the Gown
When Lights Are Low
I Fall in Love Too Easily
It Could Happen to You
Never Make a Move Too Soon
Crazy He Calls Me
Release Date: June 5, 2018
Big Daddy Tabor Productions
Tabor excels at the blues, its where she shines the most rhythmically and with her vocal inflections.