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April Hall at the Acton Jazz Cafe on August 22nd

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VOCALIST APRIL HALL TO APPEAR AT ACTON JAZZ CAFE

Saturday, August 22, 2009 at 9:00 PM
New CD: Fun Out Of Life

“The effulgent Hall has a rich commanding voice and the stage presence of an old soul of jazz" --Boston Globe

“Hall's vocals soar... her range of vocal ability goes from soft and understated to powerful and heartfelt." --JazzReview.com

“Hall sings standards in a voice of honey and smoke." --The Boston Globe

Bee Boy Records presents jazz singer April Hall and her newly released CD, Fun Out Of Life. In sync with the new disc, Hall is booked for a special engagement on Saturday , August 22nd at 9:00 p.m. at the Acton Jazz Cafe (425 Great Road, Acton, MA 01720) Tickets at $12 online (actonjazzcafe.com or aprilhall.com) and $15.00 at the door or by calling: 978-263-6161. For full information, call: 978-263-6161. Acton Jazz Cafe is wheelchair accessible.

Hall's deeply talented band at Acton will feature Tim Ray on piano, Les Harris, Jr. on drums, Peter Kontrimas on bass and Tom Hall on tenor and baritone sax.

Singer April Hall is a Florida native who is now based in Boston. She has roots steeped in southern tradition, music and culture. Her deep heritage in gospel and blues combine with urban soulfulness, jazz and sophistication to create music that's pure, gutsy, and unmistakably authentic.

Her new CD, Fun Out of Life features jazz standards such as “I've Got The World On A String," “You Must Believe In Spring," and “This Can't Be Love." Fun Out Of Life is a followup to her 2000 release Something Like That, which received rave reviews for her bluesy, gutsy style.

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