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Jackie Allen


A talented jazz vocalist located in the Chicago area, Jackie Allen was raised in Milwaukee and Madison. Section of an extremely musical family members, she performed French horn in early stages furthermore to showing skill as a vocalist. She went to the College or university of Wisconsin, where she discovered a good deal about jazz; among her instructors was bassist Richard Davis. By 1987, she got moved back again to Milwaukee, where for 3 years she sang frequently on the Wyndham Resort while became a member of by organist Melvin Rhyne. In 1990, Allen shifted to Chicago, where she’s performed frequently as a vocalist who falls between jazz and cabaret. In the first ’90s, Jackie Allen documented Never I WANT TO Move, her debut record for the Lake Shoreline Jazz label; an extended hiatus preceded the discharge which six years afterwards.

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Full Name Jackie Allen
Profession Singer
Education University of Wisconsin-Madison
Music Songs Love Is Blue, Moon of Deception, You Become My Song, Call Me Winter, Do Wrong Shoes, Lazy Afternoon, When Will I Ever Learn, Hot Stone Soup, It's Bad for Me, Living Without You, Coal Grey Eyes, Taste of Honey, You're Nearer, Teach Me a Song, I'm All Smiles, The Last Dance, Everything I've Got Belongs to You, Doodlin', Lucky to Be Me, I'm Just a Woman, I Was a Little Too Lonely, Dearly Beloved, In You Go, Lost in the Stars, Too Hot for Words, The Performer, You'll Never Learn, Brazil: Carnival of Rio de Janeiro, Moon and Sand, Pavement Cracks, I'll Be Around, Tea in the Sahara
Albums My Favorite Color, The Men in My Life, Love Is Blue, Blue Note Jazz Series, Which?, Landscapes - Bass Meets Voice, Starry Night, Tangled, Never Let Me Go, When Will I Ever Learn EP

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