Boston-based blues singer Toni Lynn Washington documented and released Blues at nighttime for the Tone-Cool subsidiary of Rounder Records in 1995. Washington is known as Boston’s “queen from the blues,” where she’s an extended and storied background on the golf club scene. Raised inside a procession of gospel choirs in Southern Pines, NEW YORK, Washington performed with traditional R&B performers like Sam and Dave and Jackie Wilson through the entire South in her youngsters. Washington also produced USO trips of the U.S. and Asia in the 1960s and documented the very best 50 solitary “Dear Journal” for the brand new Orleans-based Conti label, a subsidiary of Atlantic Information. After 2 decades off the street and from the documenting studio, Washington came back to executing in 1992 using a ten-piece music group. On her behalf debut for Tone-Cool, Blues at nighttime, Washington results in greatest as an interpreter: she tackles B.B. King’s “Inquire Me No Queries,” Jimmy Reed’s “Ain’t That Loving You Baby,” along with a tune popularized by Jimmy Hurrying as well as the Basie Orchestra and T-Bone Walker, “Evening.” It’s My Change Now adopted in 1997, and in early 2000, Washington came back with GOOD STUFF.