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ALCHEMIST @ Thursday Jazz Series- Dominique Eade Featuring Will Graefe & John Lockwood

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ALCHEMIST @ Thursday Jazz Series- Dominique Eade Featuring Will Graefe & John Lockwood

Time: April 22, 2010 at 10:30pm to April 23, 2010 at 1am
Location: The Alchemist Lounge
Street: 435 South Huntington Ave
City/Town: Jamaica Plain
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Phone: 617-477-5741
Event Type: jazz
Organized By: Lyndon
Latest Activity: Apr 22, 2010

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About Dominique Eade
Dominique Eade’s voice is agile and versatile, perfectly suiting her formidable improvisational skills. A fierce interpreter of standards, Dominique is also a composer and lyricist, and has taught vocalists and instrumentalists at her alma mater, New England Conservatory, for twenty two years. She recently received the NEC Outstanding Alumni award.

Eade has been a featured vocalist and composer in the Boston Globe Jazz Festival, the Jazz in Toulon Festival in France, the Molde International Jazz Festival in Norway, the What Is Jazz? Festival in New York, and the Iowa City Jazz Festival, and an artist-in-residence, clinician, and performer at the Wichita and Litchfield jazz festivals. Eade performs regularly in the U.S. and Europe. A frequent nominee for Outstanding Jazz Vocalist in the Boston Music Awards since 1988, and the 1997 and 1999 winner in this category, Eade was also designated "Best Jazz Singer" in Entertainment Weekly’s Regional Raves in 1997 and nominated for best new artist by the First Annual Jazz Awards (New York) in 1998. She was recognized in the 1998 Down Beat critics poll as "Talent Deserving Wider Recognition" and was voted in the top ten for Best Jazz Singer in the 1999 Down Beat critics poll. Her debut CD on RCA Victor, "When the Wind Was Cool," appeared in 1998 Top Ten lists in the Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Boston Phoenix, and in Jazz Times and Jazziz magazines; her second RCA Victor CD, "The Long Way Home," was released in 1999, with contributions by Dave Holland, Victor Lewis, Mick Goodrick, and Bruce Barth. Her earlier CD, "My Resistance Is Low," was voted one of the Top Ten Jazz CDs of 1995 by Billboard. Her highly-acclaimed first recording, "The Ruby and the Pearl" was released in 1990 on Accurate Records. Dominique’s latest album "Open" (Jazz Project 3001) is a duo album with pianist Jed Wilson and is now available on

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