Enter the Blue Note Records "Cassandra Wilson - Closer to You: The Pop Side" 8-CD Giveaway Contest


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All About Jazz members are invited to enter the Blue Note Records “Cassandra Wilson - Closer to You: The Pop Side“ giveaway contest starting today. We'll select one grand prize winner and two other winners at the conclusion of the contest on May 24th.

Click here to enter the contest

(Following Cassandra Wilson at AAJ automatically enters you in the contest.)

The grand prize winner will receive Cassandra Wilson's entire Blue Note catalog, including:

Closer to You: The Pop Side

Loverly (with a bonus vinyl edition)



Belly of the Sun

Traveling Miles

New Moon Daughter

Blue Light 'Til Dawn

Two other winners will receive a copy of her new CD, Closer to You: The Pop Side.

Good luck!
Your Friends at Blue Note Records

About Cassandra Wilson

With her unmistakable honeyed husky voice, she has made intimate and personal statements with jazz, blues, R&B, country and pop. Closer To You: The Pop Side is a new collection of Wilson's best covers of pop / rock hits, originally recorded by a who's-who of top musicians, including U2, Bob Dylan, Glen Campbell, The Band, Sting, Van Morrison, Neil Young, Cyndi Lauper and The Wallflowers. Closer To You: The Pop Side celebrates the finest pop covers from Wilson's seven albums recorded with Blue Note during her lengthy tenure with the legendary label.

Wilson won her second Grammy Award in February, earning the Best Jazz Vocal Album honors for Loverly, her critically acclaimed 2008 Blue Note release. Blue Note Records is celebrating its 70th Anniversary as the world's premier and longest-running jazz label with special commemorative releases and events throughout 2009.

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