Eleanora Fagan: To Billie With Love From Dee Dee. Paying respect to the legendary jazz singer, the album features pianist Edsel Gomez, bassist Christian McBride, saxophonist James Carter, drummer Louis Nash and others.

Bridewater's career spans some thirty years. The two-time Grammy Award and Tony Award-winner has tackled all genres of music and continues to stretch out as both an artist and performer. Interviewer/journalist Brian Pace sat down with Bridgewater after her live set at New York's The Blue Note to discuss the new CD and her career. "> Eleanora Fagan: To Billie With Love From Dee Dee. Paying respect to the legendary jazz singer, the album features pianist Edsel Gomez, bassist Christian McBride, saxophonist James Carter, drummer Louis Nash and others.

Bridewater's career spans some thirty years. The two-time Grammy Award and Tony Award-winner has tackled all genres of music and continues to stretch out as both an artist and performer. Interviewer/journalist Brian Pace sat down with Bridgewater after her live set at New York's The Blue Note to discuss the new CD and her career. ">

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“God Bless the Child” by Dee Dee Bridgewater

The Pace Report presents jazz vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater, performing "God Bless the Child," from Eleanora Fagan: To Billie With Love From Dee Dee. Paying respect to the legendary jazz singer, the album features pianist Edsel Gomez, bassist Christian McBride, saxophonist James Carter, drummer Louis Nash and others.

Bridewater's career spans some thirty years. The two-time Grammy Award and Tony Award-winner has tackled all genres of music and continues to stretch out as both an artist and performer. Interviewer/journalist Brian Pace sat down with Bridgewater after her live set at New York's The Blue Note to discuss the new CD and her career.

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