Tuesday, February 19, 2008

World Trade Center survivor, Charlotte Doreen Small, releases album

A two-time survivor of the World Trade Center attacks, New York native Charlotte Doreen Small is releasing her long awaited, full length, More, on February 26th 2008 on Midnite Enterprises. More stands as an exalting testament to Charlotte Doreen Small's extraordinary life, and speaks about love and loss in world of fleeting promises. A classically trained vocalist and violinist, Charlotte Doreen Small adds a traditional sensibility to More's R&B songs and moving ballad, all the while reflecting on the events that changed her life. In addition to teaching voice at New York City's New School, Charlotte Doreen Small hopes to change the world through her music.
More was produced by V. Jeffrey Smith and Peter Lord, who have received more than thirty gold records in their combined experience.
"Only Charlotte Doreen Small could do justice to this song," Said Smith. "She has astonishing vocals whether performing Pop, Jazz, R&B or Gospel."
Charlotte Doreen Small will be performing material from her new CD, More. We invite you to join us at:
The Cutting Room
Saturday February 23rd
19 West 24th Street New York City
9:30 pm

Praise for Charlotte Doreen Small:

"A beautiful, gifted singer whose aptly titled new album 'More,' will leave you hungering for just that - much - more."-Charles E. Rodgers, Amsterdam News

"She is returning the Rhythm and Blues to what it used to be."-The Black Star News

"A Voice Like This Needs to be Heard From Rivers to Mountains. Wow!" -Flo Anthony, Journalist

"The best singer you're ever going to hear" -WABC TV Personality, Scott Clark


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