September
10th 2008
The Jazz Session #42: Jo Lawry (Tanglewood Jazz Fest Part 2)

Posted under Podcast & Vocalists

Jason Crane interviews vocalist Jo Lawry in the second of three shows recorded live at the 2008 Tanglewood Jazz Festival in Lenox, MA. Lawry hails from Australia, and she’s pursuing her doctorate in jazz performance at the New England Conservatory. With flawless intonation and inventive arranging, Lawry impresses on her debut recording, I Want To Be Happy (Fleurieu Music, 2008). And be sure to check out her own compositions, including the new classic, “Small House.” Find out more at jolawry.com.

CONTEST: Win a copy of Jo Lawry’s I Want To Be Happy! To win, be one of the first two people to send an e-mail to contest@thejazzsession.com. Please put “Jo” in the subject line! (Note: Listeners who’ve won in the last 30 days need to sit this one out. Thanks!)

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5 Responses to “The Jazz Session #42: Jo Lawry (Tanglewood Jazz Fest Part 2)”

  1. s.powers on 12 Sep 2008 at 3:01 pm #

    The deliciousness of Ms Lawrey’s voice captivated me! thanks for thanking the listeners, Bernie. miss you

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