Juliann Kuchocki | Don't Explain

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Don't Explain

by Juliann Kuchocki

Juliann’s debut full length album Don’t Explain showcases her innate gifts & versatility. It is a celebration of a life’s journey that has been by turns exciting & glamorous yet also challenging & painful. Her own indomitable spirit & influences from great Jazz, Blues, R&B, & Soul divas past and present shine all the way through. Produced & arranged by Bill King, the album is graced by an all-star cast of Canadian musicians: Bill King (piano), Brian Dickinson (piano) Duncan Hopkins (bass), Mark Kelso (drums), Rob Piltch (guitar), Alex Dean (saxophone, clarinet), William Sperandei (trumpet), Rob Somerville (trombone), Rick Lazar (percussion)& more..
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. If I Move You
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2. You Don't Know Me
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3. Don't Explain
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4. Besame Mucho
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5. One Mint Julep
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6. The WInd
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7. Hit Me With A Hot Note
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8. Somewhere Over the Rainbow
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9. Witchcraft
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10. Skylark
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11. Send In The Clowns
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12. We Were Born
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JULIANN KUCHOCKI

Juliann’s debut full length album Don’t Explain showcases her innate gifts and versatility. It is a celebration of a life’s journey that has been by turns exciting and glamorous yet also challenging and painful. Her own indomitable spirit and influences from great jazz, R&B, soul and pop divas past and present shine all the way through.

Produced and arranged by Bill King, the album is graced by an all-star cast of Canadian musicians: Bill King (piano & strings), Brian Dickinson (piano) Duncan Hopkins (bass), Mark Kelso (drums), Rob Piltch (guitar), Alex Dean (saxophone, clarinet), William Sperandei (trumpet), Rob Somerville (trombone), Rick Lazar (percussion), Jorge Luis
Torres (congas), and guest vocalists Bradley Harder and Josephine Biundo, for the on line bonus tracks, Richard Underhill, Eric Oleskiw, Ray Respicio, Tyler Yarema.

Juliann’s passion for music and sharing creative energy with an audience radiates from the stage. In person, one is quickly impressed by the scope of her perspective and confident yet humble personality – equally informed by the glare of the spotlight and sheer hard work behind the scenes. Her musical voice has been shaped by over 25 years of diverse experience as a vocalist, actress, director, producer, dancer and choreographer. She has headlined the Mont Tremblant Jazz Festival and performed at the Celebrate Toronto street festival; toured with Cats in Germany, Joseph... across North America and Beauty & the Beast in Japan; and performed at countless festivals & events around the world. Her extensive film and TV credits include: the long-running Canadian drama DaVinci’s Inquest, First Wave, and Defiance, Ohio with Woody Harrelson, Julianne Moore and Laura Dern. Juliann is the proud owner and director/ choreographer of Pro Arts. This triple-threat company includes: Shows-2-Go, which produces customized live shows; the School at which she teaches students at all levels; and Video Production.

“It has been such a joy to be able to finally focus on singing, and an honor to work with such skillful and gracious musicians on Don’t Explain,” says Juliann. “I am thrilled with the end result, and excited by the prospect of introducing myself to touring audiences once again as a vocalist.” www.juliannkuchocki.com for audio video pic’s,contact and more
Join me April 6th, 630pm at The Old Mill Inn Toronto for this CD Release Party info@proarts.ca to reserve

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