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The Sophistication Of Lisa Fischer Embellishes New York’s Blue Note Jazz Club

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Photo Credit: Marvin Chambers

New York, NY-Greenwich Village’s seasoned club The Blue Note is notably one of NYC’s top premier jazz nightspots to date. Since the opening of its doors forty years ago, some of the biggest names in Jazz and R&B have blessed its stage presence.

Greats like Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughn, Tito Puente, and Quincy Jones are just a few heavyweights that have shared their melodic talents in this humble dwelling.

In relation to its name, the venue’s setting has a serene relaxed vibe exquisitely catering intimate audiences with ease. The soothing coloured gel tones perfectly fuses the aura for an intrinsic entertaining dinning experience.

With eight other luxurious locations in Hawaii, Napa, Tokyo, Nagoya, Rio, Sao Paulo, Milan, and Beijing enjoying the Blue Note ambience will for sure attest an evening of enchantment.

Photo Credit: Marvin Chambers

Tonight’s headliner basked in that same energy. No stranger to the limelight, this Grammy Awarding singer has lent her angelic¬† vocals to some of the most iconic performers in the music industry The Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, Nine Inch Nails, Luther Vandross, Chaka Khan, and countless other innovators.

The impeccable Lisa Fischer graced the stage with her band Grand Baton in true artistic form mesmerizing the crowd with her insatiable ranges to a slew of Afro-Caribbean tones.

Acoustically serenading Nine Inch Nails classics “Everyday Is Exactly The Same”, “The Perfect Drug” along with The Rolling Stones’ “Gimme Shelter” playfully inviting admirers to soliloquize her timbre.

She gave a phenomenal captivating performance to her Grammy Award hit “How Can I Ease The Pain” showcasing her astonishing vocal versatility swaying listeners to fall deeply within her alluring mastery.

Photo Credit: Marvin Chambers

There is no denying being part of the music world for the past thirty-years has only accentuated Fischer’s talent exceeding well beyond elevation.

Her tranquil tactfulness is elegantly flawless together with her extraordinary ability to combine soprano, mezzo-soprano and contralto is uniquely remarkable and enticingly soothing to devour.

One could only help but wonder why Lisa Fischer, a woman with such an omniscient voice and passion for her craft would chose to stand behind the spotlight.

Judging from her outstanding performance, she loves the indulgence of freely expressing herself unconditionally and unapologetically through the power song.