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ELIN

2008-01-04
Showtime: 12:30AM
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Elin
FEATURING:
Elin, vocals
Other musicians, TBA

"Zeal, ambition and musical ESP fire Elin's 'Lazy Afternoon'...a debut that has all the wonder of a magical discovery...like a Frank Sinatra devotee, she controls the song's tempo and demeanor through her lush phrasing and luxurious delivery, each word flowing like liquid chocolate." –Down Beat Magazine

“Brazilian jazz celebrates that which is radiant and joyous and moving and in this regard, Elin more than matches the material she sings.” –All About Jazz

“Elin proves a skillful improviser, a clever manipulator of melody and a confident bandleader...this European with Brazil in her blood has thoroughly carried out her dream.” –AllMusic.com

Brand new rising star, Elin (pronounced EE-a-leen), has reached astonishing heights this year on the NYC music scene by selling out Jazz at Lincoln Center—Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, and performing at other prestigious venues such as Joe’s Pub, Sweet Rhythm, Smoke, The Kitano, Zinc Bar, and now the Blue Note. Her star is also steadily rising in other major cities such as Miami where she performs regularly at the Arturo Sandoval Jazz Club. Outside the U.S., Elin already has bookings lined up in Europe and South America for 2008.

Born and raised in Sweden by Peruvian and Irish parents—and fluent in five languages—Elin is the embodiment of multiculturalism. Her debut album, Lazy Afternoon, released in 2006 to rave reviews by jazz radio and critics alike, is a genre-bending mix of American & Brazilian standards combined with fresh new originals. Singing in English, Portuguese, and Spanish, she’s a polished jazz vocalist with a pop sensibility who showcases an ardent vocal style and an uncanny ear for melody.

With a mix of 70’s influenced Brazilian & jazz classics, added to a plethora of top NYC musicians and singers who will be guests during the night, her debut at the Blue Note promises to be nothing short of magical.

 

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