Lady Blues Jacqueline Amos
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  • Brooklyn, NY
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Lady Blues Jackie Amos is the newest style since the 1940's her influences such as Bessie Smith, Billy Holiday, Lenis Guess, Langston Hughes and many who came before her, in her unique style Lady Blues the soul of soul impacts the black roots of blues, Jacqueline favorite phase, I came through the back door, but now I am returning in the front. My Mama told me I was a country girl, I took the train on the silver Media, from the south, I don milk many cows, and road on the back of the bus, but I have arrived to another level of black jazz, for those who were before me, I must keep the torch burning, I am the new arrival from the past, Lady Blues Jackie have worked the fields of blues, and milked the clubs of Brooklyn's house, but I have been born again, on the back of the south,

Lady Blues states nobody knows my name, buy my compositions shall compliment the sounds of black roots. The blues was born the motherland of suffering and pain, oh how the poetic revolution, when the Deep South l edit Movies: and the new halls of New York, play me some of those down home blues, I will take you back to the woods of the south, through the mystery of blues, the cries of the pain that centered in man hearts, I have arrived to bring back that down home south. Lady Blues first gained widespread recognition Tar Hill Lounge, Cave, Fulton Terrace, Sugar Hill, Many of her compositions, " Lodi Pop, "I Got A Sugar Daddy", "He May Not Be Very Fancy", "Creeping," Lady Blues also a publish author and International Artist, this is just some of her contributions to the world of arts, Lady Blues said, I am the statue of the invisible blues, all that comes through me have lived and pass on, but though the synopsis of rebirth, I shall cloak the voices of black roots.Lady Blues Jackie Amos is the newest style since the 1940's her influences such as Bessie Smith, Billy Holiday, Langston Hughes and many who came before her, in her unique style Lady Blues the soul of soul impacts the black roots of blues, Jacquel edit TV: feeling the soul that lives within her, her vocal style at times resemble Bessie Smith, and many masters of the blues.

Lady Blues also creates a forum the back door blues. I take on a new preservation of modern blues and jazz, with a touch of honey that sticks to my ribs, the legends that lives through me, The symposium preceded a performance of blues related to the compositions of her poetry, the pain of pleasure one might say sadistic in the format of relevance, the association of pain and pleasure, Lady Blues Jackie have been performing since the age of 19 relating to the stories of her family tree, I think she is genuinely. Books: Author Jacqueline Amos takes you on a Journey the foundation of aesthetics; Jacqueline’s arts exhibit a historical consciousness typical of southern literature. Implementing in her voice value religious or moral interpretations of the world, is loyal to family, friends, and community, and unavoidably confronts a heritage of slavery and racial struggle. Jacqueline conclusions stands firm, she states because of the irony and tragedy of the Negro southern history, I focus on the dignity beyond death, the aesthetics of a free mind, under all odds of slavery, are conscious of human imperfection, social injustice, and the existence of evil in the world. At the same time, I shall bring forth truth that stood beyond the savage abuse of man and his silhouette illusions implemented through the human Gods. Jacqueline’s first book of poems, In My Father’s house, Publisher, Publish America, and followed A Message To A Black Son,( 2005) and was followed by Indoctrination Of A New Wor edit p>

Add your favorite sports, teams, and athletes... Best Features: Mama I want to sing, Bessie smith begins to grown At Last my love has come along, and the sweet smell of Lena Horn play that jazz, and the mountain to freedom when she walked through the front door, I sit with my horn, blowing on until the morning dawn, emphasize with the sound of black Jazz, I herd a hum above the moon, I played the script until my fingers bleed, oh the sway of the jazz, completely took me to another side of town, Droning a drowsy syncopated note, tapping my feet to the beat, a bottle of bud, and figurate indulge, but their was no interaction in my solitude of jazz, Louie Armstrong, don’t blame Me if I skip a beat Billy sings the blues, High hill shoes, Flower that Dazzle as she sings the blues, I crossed the river when the monk took a glitter, and the horn blue without it touching my lip. I bend down and the crowd began to cry, play that horn until the air is no more, the location that I stood before the crowd, and the blue lights were flickering About Me: Life is what you make it, in reality there are good and bad, but one must take control, or control will take over you, and believe me if it is negative, it will become destructive, never put off today for tomorrow, because that is not a reality, it is call borrowed time, enjoy life love and peace, this is the ultimate goal for success in all concepts of life, judge me not on earth but judge me at the bar of God. Take each day as your last, life is beautiful be equally yoke, while spending time in such toxic environments will only toxin the mind, but if the energy is positive every thing you touch shall be a blessing, follow not man lead self, believe in only one the most high God, never put all your faith in nothing worldly it will only disappoint, give a little but hold back some, so in case the bounty fail, you can always take control with destruction. Love God first and he will love you as well.

Sticky Boy Production, these are just some of the entertainers Lady Blues perform with. Blues Man Melvin Williams, Ajax crown height affairs, Jimmy Hill Al Starzz band, Late Rose Melody, Late Judi Brown Eyes, The Late Alvin Thomas At The Fulton Terrace, Late Earl Dugger, Jap Dugger, Freddie Jackson, T.C,
Wayne Betancourt, Bass, Chango Jackson, Drums, formally with Roy Ayers. Bobby Watson, Percussionist and Vocalist, formally with Bimbo Jet. Randy Gaffaney, Guitar, formally with Clarence Carter. Arthur Green, Saxophone, formally with the Intruders. Joe Williams, Saxophone, formally with Baby Washington. Charles Waldron, Trumpet, formally with Wilson Pickett. Jimmy Hill , Keyboards and Vocalist, formally with the Intruders.
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Posted on July 7, 2009 at 6:53pm 0 Comments


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At 8:52am on July 28, 2009, martin barcos said…
Thanks for join our group L.B.Jacquelin!!!!Peace and Love!!!!
At 5:08pm on July 11, 2009, Manee Valentine said…

At 6:33am on June 28, 2009, Jo Hogan said…
Hey Jackie,
Thank you for your music.
At 7:30pm on June 27, 2009, Manee Valentine said…
Pleasure to meet you, thank you for the add!
At 10:12am on June 27, 2009, Luiz Santos Music said…
Welcome Jacqueline,
Check out my New Albums!
Be blessed and Enjoy the ride! Luiz
At 8:39am on June 27, 2009, Manee Valentine said…
Welcome to the Jazz Network! Manee
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