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Jason Paul Curtis

Jason Paul Curtis

Jazz Manassas, VA  US
You'll Never Walk Alone
You'll Never Walk Alone
Phone
Phone
Luck be a Lady
Luck be a Lady
Christmastime is Here
Christmastime is Here
You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To
You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To

Videos

Swinglab - Blue Skies

Shows

  • 2013

    Dec 7

    McLean, VA, US | 7:30pm

    Jason and Swinglab join the famed McLean Orchestra as Guest Artist for the 2013 Holiday Concert. Jason sings originals from the album debut, "Lovers Holiday" with Swinglab and the Orchestra.

  • 2013

    Dec 3

    Washington, DC, US | 8:00pm

    Kicking off the holiday season with two tracks from the 2012 release, Lovers Holiday. Guest DC band, Swing Machine.

  • 2013

    Aug 8

    Alexandria, VA, US | 7:30pm

    Open seating on the green, bring a blanket! Only 7:30 to 8:30. See you there!

  • 2013

    Apr 20

    National Harbor, MD, US | 7:00pm

    Jason with Swinglab in DC's most beautiful place for live music - 19-storey atrium and vast balcony bar. Dress martini casual and stay the night.

  • 2013

    Apr 13

    National Harbor, MD, US | 7:00pm

    Jason with Swinglab in DC's most beautiful place for live music - 19-storey atrium and vast balcony bar. Dress martini casual and stay the night.

Photos

  • 2012 debut album, "Lovers Holiday", feat. Swinglab and Swing Machine

About

Bio: On a hot Virginia night in June, 2009, and with only a sound system, a microphone and a suit, Jason performed his first public solo gig. Three hours of Sinatra, Italian and American Songbook later, the stage was set for countless more engagements over the next five years.

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Q: So when did you figure out that Jazz was what you needed to be singing . I have questions about placement of the Voice . This music is Great your doing .

A: Hey Frank, Sorry I took so long in returning this; I've not been checking the site as often as I should. I started singing American Songbook, etc. four years ago this month. I got my first gig in Old Town Manassas with nothing but a sound system, microphone and an ipod full of nice tracks. It worked! Band came later, and we've been gigging steadily about town since December '11. In fact, we play twice this weekend at the Gaylord, National Harbor Hotel. Placement of the voice was new to me. I'd had one lesson with my old voice teacher from high school, and we covered Speech-Level Singing. Changed everything. I can go for hours without strain. It all happens at the chords and in the cavities. See here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljjczvgm1cw Hope you're doing well. Where are you? J

Asked by Frank Ellis. Answered on Thu Jun 20 2013

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