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7 & 9pm :: Selina Albright :: $15 featuring: selina albright - vocals cory baker - bass tarell martin - drums sean mcgowan - guitars stephen thurston - keys
Selina Albright is an R&B vocalist and songwriter with versatility that comes from years of listening to many genres and languages of music. Her soulfulness and angelic tone add character and emotion to any ballad, yet her powerful wailing and stage presence commands instant attention. 2012 / 2013 truly marked the launch of Selina’s solo career. Her debut EP, “Brighter” was released with critical acclaim. She has spent most of the year on tour nationally as the featured guest vocalist with Brian Culbertson’s band performing at some of the world’s most high profile, prestigious Jazz festivals and theaters. Selina will also be a featured guest vocalist with Jazz artist, David Benoit for his annual Charlie Brown Christmas tour at the end of 2013.
Selina began singing at age two, but her professional music career began at age 14 when she performed on an educational project released in Japan by Sony. She was also the featured background vocalist on Gerald Albright’s “Live To Love” CD in 1997, his Sax For Stax CD in 2009, "Pushing The Envelope in 2010, and his Grammy nominated collaboration with Norman Brown "24/7." She has graced the stage the world over with many artists, such as pianists Jeff Lorber, George Duke, Brian Culbertson, and David Benoit, guitarists Peter White, Jonathon Butler, and Jeff Golub; bassist Marcus Miller; saxophonists David Sanborn, Kirk Whalum, Richard Elliott, and Candy Dulfer; trumpet players Hugh Masakela and Rick Braun and vocalists Chaka Khan, Will Downing, Eric Roberson, and The Temptations, to name a few.
She has learned her onstage charisma and vocal technique from being exposed to legendary artists, such as Whitney Houston, Take Six, Anita Baker, Ella Fitzgerald, Dinah Washington, Lalah Hathaway, Tina Turner, Bebe and Cece Winans, and Earth Wind and Fire.