VICTORIA, March 5 /CNW/ - Joe Coughlin's new CD 'Things Turn Out That
Way' is a treasure chest of jazz delights with seven brand new songs that
sound like standards and the same number of standards that sound brand new
again. His latest collection is set for a March 2007 release and you can
sample it now at www.JoeCoughlinJazz.com
Things Turn Out That Way features Tony George on piano, Ken Lister on
bass, Buff Allen on drums, Pat Coleman on guitar, Bill Runge on sax and flute
and Mike Herriott on trumpet and flugel horn.
"An acute sensitivity to nuance and a viscerally emotional identification
with each narrative, Joe knows how to tell a story," says Colin Lazzerini who
co-wrote seven of the fourteen songs. "He knows how to write one too and I
remain professionally envious of how effectively the words interpret the
personal significance of Mike Herriott's 'Sweet Little Angel' while lending
its message a universal meaning."
Twenty five years in the business have taken Joe around North America's
finest clubs and on tour with legends like Dizzy Gillespie and Woody Herman.
Joe remains a supreme standards singer with the ability to remind the
audience that performing the classic jazz songs is a genuine art form. He uses
the authority of his deep baritone with spine tingling precision and heart
gripping timbre with power, desire and heartbreak.
For further information:
For further information: Joe Coughlin, Award Winning Jazz Vocalist,
(250) 475-2475, www.joecoughlinjazz.com, www.RoadHouseRecords.ca