New York, NY, August 30, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Very Early, the third album from New York-based jazz singer Audrey Silver, was recently submitted to The Recording Academy in consideration for a possible nomination for the upcoming 60th Annual Grammy Awards. The nomination process includes several elimination rounds by voting members of the Academy before nominations are officially announced on November 28.
Released in October 2016, Very Early debuted at #11 on the CMJ Jazz Charts and broke the Top 100 Chart for JazzWeek. Since then, the album has enjoyed regular radio airplay on jazz stations across the country, including recently on the Jonathan Channel Internet radio show, New York’s WQXR and the acclaimed “Singers Unlimited” program on WBGO. A string of dynamic live performances at the Tanglewood Jazz Festival, JVC Jazz Festival and other venues across New York over the years have only served solidified Audrey’s standing as an in-demand artist.
Very Early features a delightful array of tunes, including originals, American Songbook standards, contemporary pieces and a French song, woven together with the innovative arrangements of composer/singer and Berklee professor Steven Santoro and performed by a stellar lineup of players, including noted drummer Lewis Nash and pianist Bruce Barth.
"....Silver's...voice is an open invitation, an instrument of confession and creation that immediately transports you to someplace else...from her first utterances through her last words on Very Early.”
--Dan Bilawsky, All About Jazz
Audrey is currently available for interviews. To request a promo pack and copy of Very Early, reach out to the artist via the contact information below.
Press Kit: https://www.audreysilver.com/press-kit
Contact online: https://www.audreysilver.com/contact