||Jeannie Tanner CD release party: Joyful Season
From a press release
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New Holiday CD Release Jeannie Tanner Joyful Season CD Release Celebration ( Sponsored by WDCB ): Monday, Dec. 16th, 5pm-8:30pm Andy's Jazz Club, 11 E. Hubbard Street 312-642-6805
Vocalist, composer and trumpeter Jeannie Tanner has just released a holiday album entitled Joyful Season. The CD includes five original songs written by Ms. Tanner, as well as new arrangements of some holiday classics. All of the songs have been signed for upcoming television and film projects with Heavy Hitters Music in L.A. JOYFUL SEASON is upbeat, jazzy and will put you in the spirit of the season with original tunes like "Christmas in a Cup, "You're My Gift Forever," and a cool yule Take Five version of "Hark the Herald Angels Sing." The CD features the talents of Lisa McQueen ( piano ); Cory Biggerstaff ( bass ); and Darren Scorza ( drums ). Join the Jeannie Tanner Quartet for an evening of holiday music at Andy's Jazz Club on Monday, December 16th as they celebrate the release of Joyful Season. Copies of Joyful Season will be available at the show. To order online: www.jeannietanner.com and click LISTEN AND BUY / You can also find copies of Ms. Tanner's other CDs on i-tunes, cdbaby, amazon and many other on-line outlets.
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