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Elizabeth Shepherd: The Signal

Following in the footsteps of José James and countrywoman Kellylee Evans, Canadian vocalist and keyboardist Elizabeth Shepherd moves steadily toward a more funkified sound, mixing jazz with a whole lotta soul (and occasional hip-hop shadings) on her latest release. Inspired by the birth of her daughter, the album’s 10 originals all speak to various aspects … Read More “Elizabeth Shepherd: The Signal”

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Elizabeth Shepherd: The Signal

Following in the footsteps of José James and countrywoman Kellylee Evans, Canadian vocalist and keyboardist Elizabeth Shepherd moves steadily toward a more funkified sound, mixing jazz with a whole lotta soul (and occasional hip-hop shadings) on her latest release. Inspired by the birth of her daughter, the album’s 10 originals all speak to various aspects … Read More “Elizabeth Shepherd: The Signal”

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Elizabeth Shepherd: Rewind

Across four previous albums, Toronto vocalist, keyboardist and songwriter Elizabeth Shepherd has, much like Esperanza Spalding, developed a pop-jazz sound and soulful verve of tremendous cross-generational appeal. All of those albums showcased original tunes alongside the occasional cover, like the distinctly gritty reinterpretation of Kenny Loggins’ “Danny’s Song” she included on 2010’s Heavy Falls the … Read More “Elizabeth Shepherd: Rewind”

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