This is but one of a series of inspiring interviews
with provocative people by Emmy winner LeGrande Green.
Mr. Green begins this interview with the
acclaimed jazz vocalist Karen Jones by asking her
where this music of the heart begins…..
The interview evolves and touches many points
in Ms. Jones' life. Mr. Green uses great questions
to inquire and coax the singer to respond.
The jazz vocalists musical background
stems from her roots. Her father played acoustic bass
for the Count Basie Big Band in the swing era.
She therefore was exposed to jazz from the womb.
Eddie Jones, acknowledged her early, obvious talent for singing,
and began her studies in classical music.
As the interview unfolds, we discover Karen’s journey
has brought her to work in Japan where Jazz
is highly appreciated and honored.
Over the last 7 years she has worked at the infamous bar
of the cult film “Lost In Translation.” The New York Bar
has become her second home.
All of this traveling has made her connection
to the online world a vital thing. This has prompted her
to start her own blog called, Point of You, Point of Me.
This digital connection with the world connects Karen
with people all over the world. She started this blog
to be a part of the shift in consciousness that is going on
on our planet right now.
Her blog says, changing the world one song and one blog at a time.
Listen to this very smooth interview and get
contagiously inspired by the interview technique
of LeGrande Green.
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