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Mallory Chipman | Rags and Feathers: A Tribute to Leonard Cohen

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Rags and Feathers: A Tribute to Leonard Cohen

by Mallory Chipman

Modern jazz sensibility meets poetic folk lyricism in this inspired tribute to Canadian icon, Leonard Cohen.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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2. Tune for the Troubadour
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3. Ain't No Cure for Love
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4. Musings of a Muse
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5. Dance Me to the End of Love
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6. Hallelujah
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8. On the Level
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"It’s hard to imagine a young artist who embodies the true jazz spirit more than Mallory Chipman." - The Edmonton Journal

Combining the improvisational nature of jazz, the grittiness of rock, and the sensitivity of folk, award-winning vocalist, Mallory Chipman, possesses a sound uniquely her own. It's modern, refreshing, innovative, and connects with listeners from a diverse set of audiences. Highlights from her career include performing with artists such as PJ Perry, Tommy Banks, and John Stetch; touring abroad to London, Amsterdam, and Dublin; singing back-up for the legendary rock group, Heart; and playing sold out shows in jazz festivals and clubs from Edmonton, Canada to as far away as the United Kingdom. Mallory’s performance career is balanced by her faculty position at the esteemed MacEwan University where she teaches voice.

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