Cliff Howard | Let It Go

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Let It Go

by Cliff Howard

Let It Go laments lost love with its downtempo jazzy vibe and relaxes the listener at the same time.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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Cliff has always had a passion for music but started to envision himself as a singer/songwriter/musician after he got into the martini lounge scene at the Waldorf that was popular in Vancouver at the time. Shortly after, in 1996, he formed Red Velvet Swing with lead vocalist Janet Thornton. This was the time when Cliff developed his singing voice with the guidance of opera singer/vocal coach Bremner Duthie. In 1999, Red Velvet Swing evolved into a four piece with the addition of Shaun Lester on bass and Wayne Turone on drums. They released a CD entitled ‘Paramours' in the fall of that same year. In 2001, Red Velvet Swing disbanded after enjoying many successes including winning a semi-final position on VTV's Dreamseekers as well as a featured spot on CBC radio. Within that same year, the group had their songs featured on a compilation CD entitled ‘The Beautiful EP'.

Cliff redefined his sound once again with the addition of electronic beats and a greater sense of intimacy, both lyrically and vocally with the release of a 5 song EP entitled Fantasy/Reality in 2008 and released an mp3 single on iTunes entitled Don't You Ever Stop Lovin' Me that same year.

Fast forward now to 2015 where Cliff finds himself with a bunch of new tunes that need to get recorded, but for one which he released in 2014 entitled "Let it Go".. Hopefully this is an indication of many more great new things to come!



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