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Dawn Ho | Hush Now (feat. Gabriel Hernandez)

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Hush Now (feat. Gabriel Hernandez)

by Dawn Ho

What began as a beautiful friendship brought together an unlikely duo to celebrate their love for jazz ballads. Its joys, woes, mysteries, longings and ecstasies in the intimate setting of piano and voice.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Too Late Now
5:27 $0.99
2. Don't Explain
5:43 $0.99
3. The Man I Love
4:42 $0.99
4. You've Changed
4:59 $0.99
5. Save Your Love for Me
4:28 $0.99
6. Only Trust Your Heart
3:42 $0.99
7. E'vry Time We Say Goodbye
5:57 $0.99
8. So in Love
6:42 $0.99
9. Detour Ahead
5:25 $0.99
10. What Is This Thing Called Love
4:12 $0.99
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Album Notes
What began as an unlikely friendship brought together an unlikely duo from different corners of the world to celebrate their love for jazz ballads. Hush Now " was born from connection of two souls in love and music captured in a time capsule by way of this recording. A work that describes the palette of love through its joys and woes, mysteries, longings and ecstasies in the intimate setting of piano and voice. A special connection we would now like to share with you!
Expect lots of story telling of the wonderful spectrum of love and life’s journey, told through the finest selections of love songs in Jazz.

Gabriel Hernandez is an extraordinary Cuban pianist and composer who studied in The conservatory of Camaguey and has been performing in jazz festivals and clubs for the last 30 years his own projects as a band leader as well as with the Afrocuban all stars and Cubanismo.
He has collaborated with artists such as Roy Hargrove, Tito Puente, Arturo Sandoval, Paquito de Rivera, Greg Fishman among many others.
Gabriel has recorded 5 original music albums to date and has collaborated in many jazz albums internationally.
With his solid classical training, Chucho Valdez asserts that he is “A pianist that makes a difference putting his heart on top of his technique,” and Herbie Hancock claims that " Gabriel is the best unknown that I've heard. "

Based in Mexico, for more than 20 years Gabriel has continued his traveling and exploration of playing with musicians who are magical, open and creative.


Dawn Ho, a jazz / bossa and samba singer is no stranger in the Singapore music scene. Her sophisticated and vibrant vocal timbre makes her a natural in jazz and Bossa nova but her musical tastes have always led her to experiment in several form of music, crossing genres.

She began singing at the age of 8, training in classical and choral singing under Dr. Myna Chan for 10 years. Then Dawn decided to follow her passion for jazz and left her job as a flight stewardess for Singapore Airlines in 2003, committing herself into jazz singing as a full-time career and has not looked back since.
Over the course of her career Dawn has also taken classes with Tania Travers and the legendary Barry Harris in in New York City. And has attended a Master class with Grammy award winning jazz vocalist, Kurt Elling. Currently she is furthering herself by pursuing her BA HONS in Jazz Performance with Lasalle College of the Arts. Whilst continuing to work on her jazz, Brazilian music and original music projects.

Dawn has performed in several countries in the region and beyond, such as Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Brunei, Taiwan, Los Angeles and even for VISA delegates at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and has appeared in several music festivals and events in Singapore, notably The Mosaic Music Festival, Jazz By The Beach, Audi Fashion Festival, Singapore Night Festival and Singjazz Music Festival as well as Tai Chung Festival 2011 in Taiwan.

Her debut album, All in Good Time (2009) saw her performing exciting covers of jazz classics from Thelonious Monk, Cole Porter, Cannonball Adderley as well as Brazilian classics from the likes of Antonio Carlos Jobim and Maria Rita. Dawn has also collaborated with several artists on their albums, crossing several genres.




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