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6 Reasons For San Diego Jazz Fans To Vote In The JazzTimes Readers Poll 2014

6 Reasons For San Diego Jazz Fans To Vote In The JazzTimes Readers Poll 2014
Blog Name: Jazz 88.3 BlogAuthor: Vince Outlaw , Social Media Marketing ManagerPosted on: November 19, 2014
While it’s good in any case to let your Jazz voice be heard in the JazzTimes Readers Poll 2014...and an entry for a package to the 2015 Portland Jazz Festival ain’t a bad one itself, San Diego Jazz fans have at least 6 more reasons to get their vote in before the polls close at 5 p.m. EST on Monday, November 24.

Here's the first one...Read The Entire Article to see the rest...or better yet...add a comment and give your suggestion for more San Diegan's to Write In!

1. Holly Hofmann - Best Flutist

2. Geoffrey Keezer - Best Pianist

3. Mark Dresser - Best Acoustic Bassist

4. Gregory Porter - Best Vocalist (Male) - OK, not residing in SD now, but he's sort of a native son :)

5. Mark Dresser - Best Composer

6. Charles McPherson - Best Alto Saxophonist - WRITE-IN UNDER “OTHER”. See Lynn’s FB request for all San Diego fans of Charles.

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Breezer:11/24/2014 3:53:58 PM
I don't normally do this but since you're a Jazz station-I'm going to give you some power songs, and classics from WJZZ Detroit back in the 60's and 70's. 1. You taught me how to speak in love--Marlena Shaw 2. Go away little boy--Marlena Shaw 3. Loving you was like a party--Marlena Shaw 4. I want Sunday back again--Maxine Weldon 5. Sweet Baby--George Duke/Stanley Clark 6. Walk Away--Phyllis Hyman 7. Personality--Najee 8. Najee"s theme--Najee 9. The street where you live--Nat King Cole 10.Metropolis--Boney James Ten is enough--play these and watch your phone light up...
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