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The Bass Master General: Even Steven Levee / Press

“Barbara Lee George Protected By Love Barbara Lee George’s Protected by Love is a gorgeous collection of ten songs with sterling production by bassist Even Steven Levee. “Unexpected Clarity” has a modern pop elegance, something Sade’ might have wanted to bring into the new millennium in a parallel universe. Track 9 has got to be my favorite – . “Call Me (All You’ve Got To Do Is Call Me)” evoking the theme of Chris Montez’s classic of the same name as well as the Beatles “Anytime At All” – it’s a terrific hook that has real staying power. With guitarist Al Orlo, a bevy of drummers and percussionists including Andy Bigan (drums), Steve Wolf (drums), Phoenix Rivera (drums), Gerardo Velez (percussion), Miguel Valez (percussion) along with Steve Nichol (Piano) and a host of others . a song like “The Truth Behind His Eyes” shimmers with a quasi-Latin groove. Click link to read entire article . ”

“Barbara George shares stage with Roberta Flack Singer got her start singing at St. James, By Vicki Botta Goshen — Barbara Lee George used to fall asleep listening to Roberta Flack on the radio, thinking she sounded just like an angel. Just last weekend, George, a former Goshen resident, found herself singing alongside Flack on a New York City stage. “And years later,” she said, “I get to perform here with my angel. It was hard not to get choked up. I’m still walking on cloud nine.” She was invited to join Flack and other performers to sing “Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)” by George Harrison at a tribute to the former Beatle held at the Society for Ethical Culture Hall on 64th Street and Central Park West. Click Link to Read More”