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    If You’re Looking for New Jazz Music Similar to Harry Connick, Jr. Check out Cheryl Barnes on iTunes

    Cheryl Barnes has some new music for you off of her new album “Listen To This”. If you You’re a fan of Harry Connick Jr. and Jazz music then “Listen To This” will blow you away! “Listen To This” was patiently rendered over a 5-year period, prepared with tender loving care utilizing Los Angeles’ finest, including soloists saxophonists Rickey Woodard and Pete Christlieb, pianists John Hammond and Joel Scott, and trumpeter Nolan Shaheed.

    Cheryl Barnes is the #4 most added artist on and has been added to radio playlists all around the country this month. Cheryl Barnes is the quintessential performer, wowing audiences worldwide with her unerring sense for creating and sustaining a musical and personal rapport, be it within intimate club settings or commanding concert stages. The lady has shared the stage with Quincy Jones, Wynton Marsalis, Lou Rawls, J.J. Johnson and Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. In Los Angeles, she has performed in acclaimed venues including the Parisian Room, Memory Lane, The Baked Potato, the Jazz Bakery and Catalina Bar & Grill. Backing her live and in the studio have been some of the finest in jazz, among them bassists James Hughart, Tony Dumas, David LeVray and Robert Russell, drummers Ralph Penland, Quentin Dennard and Kendall Kaye, pianist Bill Cunliffe, and trumpeter Carl Saunders.

    To Learn more visit her website at You can also connect with her on Facebook at: .
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