Jazz Vocal Performance

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List Of Grammy Award Categories - Genre-specific Awards - Jazz
... Best Improvised Jazz Solo Best Jazz Vocal Album Best Jazz Instrumental Album Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album Best Latin Jazz Album Previously awarded ...
Grammy Award For Best Jazz Vocal Album
... The Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album has been presented since 1977 ... this award was titled the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance ... for 1985) this category was presented as separate awards for Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Female and Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Male ...
Carmen Mc Rae - Awards
... Grammy Award Recognitions Year Category Title Label Result 1990 Best Jazz Vocal Performance - Female Carmen Sings Monk Novus Nominee 1988 Best Jazz ...
Dee Dee Bridgewater - Selective Awards and Recognitions - Grammy History
... Career Wins 3 Career Nominations 7 Year Category Title Genre Label Result 1989 Best Jazz Vocal Performance - Female Live in Paris Jazz MCA Nominee 1994 Best Jazz Vocal Performance Keeping Tradition ...
Vocal Spray
... Vocal spray is what some singers consume to aid in producing sounds with vocal cords ... Manufacturers of vocal sprays include Clear Voice and Superior Vocal Health ... Vocal spray can be found in many music stores or music related websites ...

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