October
8th 2012
The Jazz Session #411: Jessica Lurie

Posted under Clarinetists & Podcast & Saxophonists

Saxophonist and clarinetist Jessica Lurie’s newest recording is Megaphone Heart, released earlier this year. In this interview, Lurie talks about her early years in Seattle; the idea of a musical community; using her voice as an additional instrument; her remarkably diverse projects; and the stories behind the songs on her new album. Learn more at jessicalurie.com and follow her on Twitter at @saxophonejess.

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  1. 2012: The Jazz (By Women) Year In Review | Popdose on 14 Dec 2012 at 3:12 pm #

    […] Jessica Lurie is a badass. Ever since The Jazz Session started back in 2007, I wanted to have her on the show. And right before it ended this year, I finally got my chance. First and foremost, she’s a supremely talented saxophonist. I’ve seen her silence a loud Lower East Side bar with a solo. But I’ve also seen her draw an entire room forward on their chairs with an unaccompanied song, sung with a haunting voice she’s only recently been putting at center stage. Her 2012 album Megaphone Heart is what you should give to all your friends who dig Americana but aren’t sure they like jazz. (Interview) […]

  2. 2012: The Jazz (By Women) Year In Review | Popdose - musicBlogs on 17 Dec 2012 at 2:30 am #

    […] But I ve also seen her draw an entire room forward on their chairs with an unaccompanied song, sung with a haunting voice she s only recently been putting at center stage. Her 2012 album Megaphone Heart is what you should give to all your friends who dig Americana but aren t sure they like jazz. (Interview8) […]

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