I am a music lover. I love listening to the latest songs by amazing artists across the world. And whenever I find something great, something peppy, something memorable. I like talking about it and sharing the song on my blog. I also like to share it on my blog's social media channels so that more and more music lovers can listen to amazing music.
Listening to Jazz music is something that I really cherish. I used to work in a reputed 5 Star hotel chain during my MBA internship. One of the things I loved about that job was the jazz music that kept on playing in the hotel.
So, I stumbled across this great piece of jazz music song called Nature Boy by artist Kathy Ingraham. Check it out below on Soundcloud:
Kathy Ingraham releases the exemplary jazz song, “Nature Boy“. It was originally written in 1948 by Eden Ahbez. Her new version is a refreshing fusion of jazz and blues, featuring jazz pianist Pete Levin and Elliott Randall on blues guitar.
The song leans towards Jazz and Blues. When you listen to the song, It feels like a breath of fresh air. In the song, There is an absolute harmony between her singing and the music. It is a romantic and pleasing single. I especially love the part towards the end of the song at 1:39 seconds, where she raises her pitch and ends it in a melodious way.
About the Artist:
Kathy Ingraham is an accomplished musician who has sung on TV and radio commercials for corporations such as McDonald's, ABC Network, Coke, Chrysler, Pepsi, and many more. Kathy started her musical career in 2014. She has created many solo projects and singles. She has worked with Grammy-winning composers and artists such as Henri Krieger, Michael Bolton, Luther Vandross, Meatloaf, Marc Cohn, Richie Havens, Michael Kamen, and several more.
I believe Kathy Ingraham is one of the most delightful singer-songwriters that I have had the pleasure of listening to. She has a beautiful and expressive voice.
I loved listening to this song. What about you?
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