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At 6:38pm on March 8, 2009, Bruce C said…

Hey BJ....love to hear your lyrical stylings...are they available on your myspace page...looked and couldn't find them there...my best to you .... always b
At 12:28am on February 26, 2009, Vin Martin said…
Hello Barb,
Nice to meet you. You sound great. I'll in NZ sometime this year to do some recording and filming some more ads. Is Rodger Fox still around? I noticed his website has been down for some months. Hope your working somewhere when I come down under. Care... V...
At 9:41am on February 25, 2009, Ron Kaplan said…
Dear Barb...thanks for dropping by.
p.s. you swing my dear!
Glad to have you back among the singing :)
Keep up the good works.
Perhaps we'll have the opportunity to work together sometime.
Warm regards.
...in jazz we trust
RonKaplan
Kapland Records
www.ronkaplan.com
www.greatamericansongbook.org
At 3:58am on February 23, 2009, Al Hirschhorn said…
BJ,

Great singing (Trolley Song)! Glad that jazz is alive and well in New Zealand. Tasteful piano, as well. Is that YOU?

I've blocked e-mails as I had been deluged since joining the Network. I guess I missed your activity.

Best wishes for a BRIGHT career,
Al
At 12:10am on February 22, 2009, birdmonk said…
That's exciting, Barb! Will Alan be accompanying you? You are definitely in synch on The Trolley Song! When you're ready let's talk about getting you on the radio in the US (not just on my shows but across the continent as I earn my living doing jazz radio promotions and most of my clients produce and release their own CDs).
At 11:36pm on February 21, 2009, David Priest said…
Hello Barb! Thanks for your kind comments about my playing! And yup, 'Everything Must Change' is one of my faves too, so glad you like our rendition. I just listened to your wonderful singing and you are simply GREAT! No other way to put it. And the musicians with you are right with ya and amazing players. You seem to sing so effortlessly and with such great phrasing. I could listen to y'all ANY ol' day - for hours. I've always wanted to go to New Zealand, so going to hear you in a jazz club one day would be a heckuva good reason to do JUST that. You're simply marvellous and I wish you were here or I was there so we could work together. Keep on doing what you do, 'BJ'. You should be famous - and I betcha one day you will be well-known everywhere.
Cheers!
~ David ~

http://www.davidpriestjazzpiano.com

davidpriest@shaw.ca
At 11:24pm on February 21, 2009, birdmonk said…
Do either of you have a current CD? I'd be happy to play anything you send on my radio programs. Please check out my site for my mailing address. Thanks & music always, Mitchell - (www.JazzRadioPromotionAndPublicity.com)
At 10:40pm on February 21, 2009, birdmonk said…
Fantastic! Keep swinging'!

Mitchell

PS - Who is that PIANIST?
At 3:47pm on February 17, 2009, Luther DeJarunett said…
Thanks, Barb! I'm very happy to meet you also. Have a great week!

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