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Singer Songwriter / R&B,Soul / Jazz & Blues Côte Saint-Luc, QC, CA  CA
I Still Want It
I Still Want It
Good Timz R Comin Your Way
Good Timz R Comin Your Way
Blue Note Clown
Blue Note Clown
Stop Playing Trix On Me
Stop Playing Trix On Me


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    Hey Tessa! Just checked out some of your tunes on here and I like what I hear! We’re going to be hosting our next Landmark Events Showcase for Montreal at Phi Theater on J...
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    Every womens is unique as a Diamond + so is your Music. Follow me on FB/Twitter! One Love! Michael
    Great Music! Would you be interested in playing at our next event at Le National on Nov8.Email us at montreal.landmark@gmail.com for details
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    Inspired songwriting and musical execution!! Already back for seconds and loving what I hear!! Drop by my page when you get a chance to say hi, listen to a song, and share th...
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    Really diggin' your warm and soulful songs!! Great work!!!


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Sounds Like: Tess Alexander

Label: T.a.P. Records

Bio: Originally from Quebec Tessa Alexander left the homefront early on and travelled westcoast, graduated from the Cornish Institute of Allied Arts in Seattle, Washington in Music -Vocal Jazz Style and Repertoire. Her poignant 10 year stretch of composing songs and writing lyrics moved her beyond the...See Full Bio

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“Although heavily impressed in my formative musical years by American jazz vocalists, as a writer I was impelled to reach further. My head got really turned around when I first heard Aretha Franklin's version of Misty, using soulful nuances to interpret the almighty jazz standard. It was never the same for me after that. There were white jazz players and there were black jazz players. And to this day, I'm confused about it, or blessed.”

— Tess Alexander Music, Black and White (The Song Writes Itself, excerpts)

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Tessa Alexander - About Things
Jan 18, 2012

With more than just a handful of original compositions slightly open and world w... [more]


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