August
18th 2011
The Jazz Session #302: Renee Yoxon

Posted under Podcast & Vocalists

Renée Yoxon is a vocalist from Ottawa, Ontario. Her debut recording, Let’s Call It A Day, is a duet album with guitarist René Gely. In this interview, Yoxon talks about the jazz scene in Ottawa; how she started singing standards and why she still does; and how her science background has influenced the way she approaches the physicality of singing. Learn more at www.reneeyoxon.com and follow her on Twitter at @reneeyoxon.

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  1. Lowa on 19 Aug 2011 at 11:49 am #

    So simple, yet so smooth. It made me relax for the entire 45 minutes!! Great job!!

  2. Looking Back on Brooklyn ‹ Renée Yoxon on 01 Sep 2011 at 12:37 am #

    […] people I met in New York was jazz podcaster, Jason Crane of The Jazz Session (who, subsequently, interviewed me for his show). We met at a lovely vegan restaurant the name of which totally escapes me now (I know, great […]

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