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Hathaway will perform at the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m. “There was never a moment of ‘maybe I’ll be …’ “I never wanted to be known as just a singer.
UAB students and faculty may purchase tickets; a limited number of tickets are available for each show.
This no doubt contributed to the eventual development of her startling six-and-change octave range.
She decided early on, after classical training on violin, that she wanted to try to make her mark musically as an instrumentalist and songwriter.
The rare musician that continues to challenge herself and her audience, Ferrell is capable not only of playing violin and piano but of singing in a six octave range spanning genres like jazz,...
I always wanted to be a well-rounded musician, with my voice as my primary instrument.” Hathaway’s first single, “Heaven Knows,” hit No. In 2004, she topped the Hot R&B chart with “Forever, For Always, For Love.” London Jazz News said of Hathaway, “Lalah live is a remarkable presence — musical, jazzy, soulful, serene, funny, and that voice …” She is revered by some of the greatest musicians of the last century, and myriad collaborations and international performances signpost her 25-year success.
Filled with color, space and the evolution of music, Hathaway’s six studio albums chronicle an emotive journey through R&B, jazz and soul.
Tell a Friend Add to Favourites Friday 24th June 2016 - Saturday 25th June 2016 First House Second House £35.00 - £55.00 Rachelle Ferrell support: Robinson Khoury Quartet Membership to Ronnie Scott's Rachelle Ferrell is a recent arrival on the contemporary jazz scene, but her visibility on the pop / urban contemporary scene has boosted her audience's interest in her jazz recordings.
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Ferrell got started singing in the second grade at age six.