Cherie M Turlington | Send Me Some Love in the Mailbox

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Send Me Some Love in the Mailbox

by Cherie M Turlington

Retro jazz vocalist with a sense of humor
Genre: Jazz: Retro Swing
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Cherie Turlington sings from her heart in a jazzy-retro style that evokes the romantic sound of a by-gone era. Her sultry low-notes and smooth crooning style bring a soothing peace to the soul that is reminiscent of the torch singers of the 1930-1950's. She brings fun and sassiness to a jazz tune, or can move an audience to tears with her sweet, touching rendition of a romantic ballad or Gershwin tune.
"Cherie is just like her name. Her voice is sweet and soothing and full of love; her blue eyes sparkle and her pink cheeks seem to enhance her voice when she speaks. But when she begins to sing, it is astounding to hear such beauty, power and radiance coming from her as if from God and it transforms her into a true Diva leaving her audience stunned and begging for more."



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Carol Porter

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We have letters of our courtship nearly a half century gone by. We also have letters that were sent to our parents 3,000 miles away with our activities and our joy surrounding the arrival of our 4 children. Now years later these letters serve to bring back the history of our memories and our thoughts of those years. The book emphasizes the importance of the love that can be shared (and recorded) unlike the emails of today that with a click of the finger can be deleted and the thoughts gone not to be reviewed in years to come. We were always taught to send Thank You notes for kindnesses given, even that courtesy is all but los today.. We highly recommend this book be read and then displayed as a coffee table book to share with family and friends.