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Jillaine will sing with Synthesis, Brigham Young University’s premier big band to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Harris Fine Arts Center which houses the College of Fine Arts and Communications.
Jillaine, accompanied by pianist Jacob Potter, will sing a medley of jazz standards for the Annual Law School Spring Recital.
Jillaine and Travis Hyer will sing a duet of "I Won't Dance" for the Law School Talent Show!
Jillaine and Jacob Potter will perform live jazz during the silent auction from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Proceeds of the night go to the Newborn Intensive Care and Pediatric Units of the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center.
Jillaine will sing with Synthesis, Brigham Young University’s premier big band. Dinner, dancing, and tributes to veterans comprise an evening of fun set in the 1940s. Tickets are available online only.
Sounds Like: Ella Fitzgerald, Heart, Bessie Smith
Label: Jillaine Records
Manager: Dawn Chaston
Bio: Jillaine, based out of Iowa and Utah, has burst onto the music scene through the cosmos of jazz, blues, and rock. As likely to be inspired by Ella Fitzgerald, Chicago or Heart as she is by Rush, Bessie Smith or Queen, Jillaine will surely enthrall your mind and capture your heart. At every tasty ...See Full Bio
"The album ["Scars on My Heart"] closes with, in my opinion, the two strongest performances. On "This Time" Jillaine explores her range, strategically incorporating the lows into the higher-register themes, with superb results. Craig Alder is stunning on guitar and bass. "Doubts R&B" is an extended reworking of "Doubts" from earlier in the album. It goes back to basics - vocals and piano - with simply perfect results, and gets my vote for the best performance on the album. It is a shining moment in all aspects - vocal and instrumental performance (Craig Alder returns on piano), lyrics, and arrangement. Love, love, love it. It is a great way to bring the album to a close - the listener is left wanting more."