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Watch Vocalist Alma Micic's New Music Video "Tonight"

Published: 2013-07-04
Alma Micic New York based, Belgrade born jazz vocalist and songwriter Alma Micic
Alma Micic
Alma Micic

vocalist
has released her 2nd music video for the single “Tonight" from her upcoming third studio album. The video was filmed by acclaimed NYC cinematographer Joseph Zizzo who directed and edited it as well. The song was produced by guitarist Doug Wamble
Doug Wamble
Doug Wamble
b.1972
guitar
who also plays on it, mixed by James Farber at Island Shelter Studios and mastered by Greg Calbi of Sterling Sound.

Her highly anticipated third album Tonight is a collaboration with celebrated guitarist and producer Doug Wamble. Here is what Alma says on her new record:

“I really took my time with this material. We recorded over time at Doug’s house, talking about what the songs meant to me and how I wanted that projected.  All the original songs featured were written within one year, are all part of the same “story,” and go hand in hand with the pop covers that we arranged.  There is soul and blues and longing in all of them, and the Serbian traditional tune is transported to Memphis, Tennessee via Doug’s guitar playing.” Alma's third album, Tonight is scheduled for release on 7/20/13.



Alma Micic has been featured in magazines such as All About Jazz, Downbeat, JazzTimes, Jazzwise as well as Boston Phoenix, Boston Globe, Riverdale Press and the New York Times. Alma’s singing has been described as “confident, soulful, vulnerable, rhythmically savvy, with the most sensual vibrato you’re likely to hear” (All About Jazz).

She has received numerous awards such as the Cleo Laine Award for Outstanding Musicianship and BRIO Award from the NY Arts Council.


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