Sharon Martin | Come Back to Copacabana

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Come Back to Copacabana

by Sharon Martin

Sharon Martin "The Soul of New Orleans" a legendary R&B, Jazz Vocalist gives the song, "Come Back to Copacabana," an exciting sultry Latin vibe.
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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Sharon Martin, "The Soul of New Orleans," uniquely possess a vocal prowess that is both tantalizing and pleasing to the ear. She is a native New Orleanian who has delighted audiences sharing the stage worldwide with many accomplished musicians and recording artists that include Joe Sample, GRAMMY® winner Ray Parker, Jr., C.J. Chenier, GRAMMY® great, Dave Bartholemew; New Orleans legend, Wilson “Willie T” Turbinton; Ellis Marsalis, Walter Payton, violinist Michael Ward, The House of Blues All Stars, Deacon John and The Ivories, The John Brunious’ New Orleans All Stars, Herman Ernest, The Wendell Brunious Jazz All Stars, The Carl LeBlanc Group, GRAMMY® awarded Nicholas Payton, and Donald Harrison Jr. Sharon is a featured female vocalist on the Joe Sample CD, "Creole Joe Band," also on a CD produced by Fitchfield Music for Liberty Bank; Harrah’s “Fulton Street Live" CD to assist musicians affected by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and the "Her Name Is New Orleans" CD for the disaster victims of Hurricane Katrina. She was nominated by one of her peers for Offbeat Magazine’s "Best Vocalist" award. Sharon received the Asante Award for her contribution to the culture, music, and community. Her talents have been displayed at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, French Quarter Festival, Groschenoper in Frankfurt, Germany; Louisiana Black Heritage Festival, New Orleans Jazz Festival in Japan (Osaka, Tokyo, Niiagata, Sapporo), Enghiem, France Arts Festival, and Tour of the Republic of Georgia and Tbilisi. As an esteemed vocalist and entertainer, she has opened for many renowned artists inclusive of Roy Ayers, Gill Scott Heron, Nagee, Ronnie Laws, Buddy Guy, and Boz Scaggs. Sharon's portrayal of Billie Holiday in the production of "Lady Day" at the JuJu Bag in New Orleans has received rave reviews for her re-creation of the famous singer. She has appeared on stage as an actress locally in New Orleans and is a featured vocalist in the T.D. Jakes produced major motion picture movie, Woman Thou Art Loosed On The 7th Day, starring Blair Underwood and Pam Grier. Sharon will transform you, with her vocal-ease on the song, "Come Back to Copacabana," to another place in time as she takes you on a journey of love to the shores of Brazil's Rio De Janeiro's Copacabana Beach.



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