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After sell-out runs across the country with her two shows highlighting the music of the 60s and 70s, Carole J. Bufford returns home to Georgia for a one night only celebration of the release of her newest album, Come Together. The evening will feature some of the two decades' greatest songs like “You Don’t Own Me,” “Will You Love Me Tomorrow?,” “Me & Bobby McGee,” “Harper Valley PTA,” “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” “Killing Me Softly,” and more! With her powerhouse vocals and original, exciting arrangements, Carole will make you hear your favorite songs in a whole new way.
Stephen Holden, writing about Carole in The New York Times, said, "The real thing: you know it when you see it...The way her voice, with its blues inflections, cut a swath, leaving nothing standing, tempts me to describe her with groveling hyperbole as an earthier, more acerbic 21st-century Barbra Streisand. "
DOORS OPEN AT 7:00 PM
Carole J. Bufford has become one of the most sought after young performers in the New York jazz & cabaret scene. Carole recently completed a ten month run at New York's historic Birdland Jazz Club. Her shows, speak easy. (featuring the Grammy Award-winning Vince Giordano & The Nighthawks), Body & Soul and Shades Of Blue earned her rave reviews across the board, including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. Carole is the recipient of a Nightlife, Bistro and BroadwayWorld Award for Outstanding Vocalist. She received an all-out rave in The Times(UK) for her latest appearance in London. Carole was featured in Michael Feinstein's Great American Songbook Series at Jazz @ Lincoln Center as well as his Evening Of Gershwin with the Kravis Center Pops Orchestra. Carole starred in a Kander and Ebb revue also featuring Billy Stritch at Palm Beach's Kravis Center. She has been spotlighted in concerts at Carnegie Hall, The Town Hall, and Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City. Carole originally hails from Lincolnton, GA where she studied voice with Betty Campbell and later through the ASU Conservatory Program with Nancy Fominaya.