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LEROY BELL at TRIPLE DOOR
Northwest singer-songwriter, guitarist and vocalist plays 2 shows at the Triple Door on March 4th.
LeRoy and his friend Casey James played in Special Blend, and then went on to form their own duo Bell and James, also composing songs that were hits for other artists most notably two charting hit singles for Elton John. Later Bell became a member of the trio Only Friends. In 2011, Bell applied for the American The X Factor and was chosen for the Final 16 and went on to the live shows being mentored by Nicole Scherzinger. He was eliminated after the fifth live show finishing 8th overall in the inaugural season of the American The X Factor.
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ENTER TO WIN
RACHELLE FERRELL at JAZZ ALLEY
Rachelle Ferrell is unquestionably a dynamic talent. Few vocal artists in the industry have her potent combination of range, phrasing, and musicianship as well as an accomplished pianist. Such potency was made powerfully aware to Blue Note Record’s executive Bruce Lundvall who first heard Ferrell on a demo tape and signed her shortly thereafter in 1990. He was so impressed, he signed Ferrell to both the Blue Note and the Capitol Label allowing her to funnel her talents through the prism of traditional jazz and R&B. In short, Rachelle Ferrell’s talents transcend generic classification