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Charmaine Clamor Upcoming Appearances For April & May

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APRIL

April 25
Tribute to Ella with Ms. Barbara Morrison
Catalina Bar & Grill
6725 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90046
Show Starts at 8:30PM
Doorw open at 7PM for dinner
323 466 2210

April 26
Tribute to Ella with Ms. Barbara Morrison
Catalina Bar & Grill
6725 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90046
Show Starts at 8:30PM
Doorw open at 7PM for dinner
323 466 2210

April 27
West Coast Jazz Singers Salute Ella Fitzgerald!
Musicians Union Local 47
817 N. Vine St. Hollywood, CA
Show Starts at 7PM
$35
with Barbara Morrison, Tierney Sutton Band, Cheryl
Barnes, Stephanie Haynes
310 330 0178

April 28
West Coast Jazz Singers Salute Ella Fitzgerald!
Musicians Union Local 47
817 N. Vine St. Hollywood, CA
Show Starts at 2PM
$35
Partial proceeds go to The American Diabetes Association
310 330 0178

MAY

May 5
Charmaine with Filipino legend, Rudy Tenio (piano)
Wine & Roses Hotel
2505 W. Turner Road Lodi, CA 95242
Show Starts at 7PM
no cover charge
877.310.3358



May 22
Charmaine Closes Tasty Tuesdays with Michael Konik & His Tasty Band
Catalina Bar & Grill
6725 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90046
Show Starts at 8:30PM
Doors Open at 7PM for dinner
$15
Reservations highly recommended
323 466 2210

Look For Charmaine's New CD Due This Summer Charmaine Clamor “Flippin' Out" with Christian Jacob, Trey Henry and Ray Brinker (Tierney Sutton's Rhythm Section), Abe Lagrimas (ukelele master from Hawaii) Mr. Z, Trey Henry, and Gustavo Garcia (percussion), Julius Tolentino (Sharp Nine Records alto sax), Ric Ickard (Naxos guitarist) and Kulintang Ensemble (indigineous Filipino percussionists) FreeHam Records



Charmaine Clamor is the first Filipina jazz singer to find success on mainstream American radio. Her album, “Searching for the Soul," has been heard on more than 100 stations around America, and peaked at #1 on the CMJ jazz charts in several markets. Critics and disc jockeys have compared Charmaine's sultry alto voice to legendary vocalists like Nancy Wilson, Sarah Vaughan, and Cassandra Wilson, all the while recognizing her individual style and sound.

A longtime member of the renowned vocal harmony ensemble CRESCENDO, Charmaine is also the first Pinay to headline the world-famous Catalina Bar & Grill jazz club, in Hollywood, which presented Charmaine at their sold-out 2005 Filipino-American Jazz festival. In 2006, she headlined the Manila International Jazz Festival in her birth country, the Philippines.

Originally from the provincial town of Subic-Zambales, Charmaine Clamor began her singing career at age 3, entertaining passengers (whether they liked it or not!) in the back of buses traveling to Manila. As she grew, she began providing piano accompaniment while her mother sang kundiman (Filipino torch songs) and English language classics. From these early memories comes her love of the Great American Songbook.

One of the founding members of JazzPhil-USA, a non-profit organization which promotes Filipino-American jazz artists in the United States, Charmaine is an American citizen and proud Pinay who is honored to perform at concerts that celebrate the Filipino culture.

This story appears courtesy of Jim Eigo, Jazz Promo Services.
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