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A creative Showcase featuring The Tomato JAM Quartet and Friends in a night of visual, audio and culinary ARTs! MUSIC! The Tomato JAM Quartet comprised of Tom Hardison, bass; Jay Gewertz, drums; Alex Rivera, trumpet; and Mark Noethen, keys. Singer showcase will feature a variety of vocalists including Ms Emerald Khan. Guest musicians Brent Buemi, clarinet, and Mark Landson, violin, will be sitting in as well. The evening will also feature the jazz-inspired artwork as well as Culinary feature to feed your belly and souls. This event's theme will be Marty Gras and New Orleans!! See you kats there!!Save
Sounds Like: Estelle, Adelle, Aaliyah, Elle Varner, Marsha Ambrosius
Bio: My name is Emerald Khan…..
Singer, actress, model trained through life’s experiences and put to work as a vocal performance graduate at Duke Ellington School for the Performing Arts……
Originally from the US Virgin Islands this Caribbean Queen is taking her talents through busy days and sleeples...See Full Bio
“Emerald has been a mainstay to music and it's culture in the DFW. She is known for her sultry vocals that are reminiscent of Billie Holiday. Emerald is also one of Dallas Weekly/ 97.9 the Beat's beauties, which show a new paradigm in hip-hop, showcasing women as beautiful and intelligent instead of video vixens. Her newest venture is on the nightly news on CW33's Night Cap where she hosts the Dallas Weekly " In Them Streets" hi-hop segment which brings DFW's hip-hop to the nightly news format. Jihad H. Mohammed the writer and producer of of the TV segment says, " Emerald embodies the energy of hip-hop, yet the elegance of what should be seen on the news; she is the balance."”
Ask Emerald Khan anything...
Q: I'm curious to know if you write lyrics, & play any instruments. Also what is your attimate goal with your music. facebook.com/CeeJayManagement.email@example.com
A: Thank you for your question Norman, I do, I perform quite a few covers during my live performance however I am the primary writer and most often only on the music I record. Everything I have here including others I have helped with be viewed in my song catalogue with BMI :-). The only instrument I play at this time is my voice. LOL!! I began my love of jazz performance when I was introduced to the trumpet at 11 years old. My second instrument was the clarinet, and I picked up keyboarding While attending Duke Ellington. I played all of these instruments for several years. As my path in life has changed however, I no longer play but by having this background and understanding of what my musicians are playing this way we can plan and execute a beautiful performance.
Asked by Norman Hall Jr. Answered on Wed Apr 02 2014All Questions