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Kelley Suttenfield CD Release and Signing

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Monday March 1, 2010, 6-7pm
Mini-CD Release and CD signing
BARNES & NOBLE
Cool Mondays Series
1972 Broadway (@ 66th Street)
New York, NY
No cover/minimum


“Smoky, sultry fumes emanate from Kelley Suttenfield's vocals like liquid fire. Here's a gal who puts her entire being into the songs cradling the lyrics in her vocals and stoking the embers in the verses with a velvety touch. Her latest CD Where Is Love?, a question which many people are on the search to find the answer to, is Suttenfield's debut record as a solo artist. Performing an array of cover tunes with a torchlight glisten including Stanley Turpentine's “Sugar," Betty Carter's “Open The Door," and Henry Mancini's “Charade." Suttenfield encourages the listener to delve into an imaginary sanctuary filled with tender arias and angelic hues." --Susan Frances, JazzTimes

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