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RE: Happy for Haley - Tusk - 03-19-2018 09:55 PM

Quote:Haley Reinhart liked
Christine Carmichael @ccarmich52 7h7 hours ago

How have I missed @HaleyReinhart until now?!?!
#np #MusicMonday






RE: Happy for Haley - Miguel - 03-26-2018 12:04 PM

Quote:Karlie ☾ @little___snake

I don’t even fucking know what’s going on in this class my teacher is playing Hailey Reinhart and he knows so much about her what the fuck



RE: Happy for Haley - Miguel - 03-26-2018 07:10 PM

Quote:Patrick Steele
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I've been listening to this HAWTEE for a month now and I can't get enough......of her voice.

(posts) Haley Reinhart - Wasted Tears (Live At TouchTunes)

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Quote:Andrea Skinner shared Postmodern Jukebox's video (7NA)

I COULD NOT PULL MYSELF AWAY INCREDIBLY TALENTED JUST FEEL LIKE I WAS HIT BY A 10 TON PICK UP TRUCK AND HAVENT FELT THIS .......I M NOT ACTUALLY SURE BUT GOT TO GO WATCH HER AGAIN AND ARCHIVE IT SO LET YA KNOW



RE: Happy for Haley - Tusk - 03-30-2018 05:29 PM

At Last - Laguna Beach

Quote:luther minor
just discovered her a few min ago. i was watching puddles pity party and her sing .



RE: Happy for Haley - Miguel - 04-05-2018 10:08 PM

Quote:Brandon Adams shared Postmodern Jukebox's video (BHS).

Dear Lord, wait till the end! She's a damn power house! I love talent.

Quote:Madison Kathleen Flener

Have you never heard her sing?!! Her voice is amazing and she can sing pretty much every genre

Quote:Brandon Adams

I've just stumbled upon her and have now watched like 30 videos Heart I love her!

Quote:Madison Kathleen Flener

My news feed has noticed!! I’ve liked her for a long time. She sings by herself, without the band, and she’s really good without them too



RE: Happy for Haley - Tusk - 04-13-2018 03:46 PM

Not sure who he is, but he has 151K followers...

Quote:Tommy Jones @Music4Fly 2m2 minutes ago

If you haven't listened to @HaleyReinhart's album "What's That Sound?" yet (which I doubt), then do it today or tomorrow or the day after but just do it, you should not miss out on this one.



RE: Happy for Haley - Miguel - 04-14-2018 08:18 PM

Quote:James Ozburn shared Postmodern Jukebox's video ("Creep").

WOW, WOW, Just freaking WOW!!!!!!! I haven't heard anyone sing like this since a young Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston. Sara Ozburn check this girl out.



RE: Happy for Haley - Miguel - 04-16-2018 09:06 AM

Quote:Paul Tauger

I'm not sure who introduced me to Haley Reinhart and Postmodern Jukebox (it might have been Juan B. Fernandez) but I'm going to pay the favor forward by posting this here. She's extraordinary!

Posted "Creep"


RE: Happy for Haley - Tusk - 04-24-2018 12:23 PM

Haley is suggested for long road trip mixtapes....

20 Artists For Your Summer Road Trip

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RE: Happy for Haley - Miguel - 05-02-2018 04:42 PM

Quote:Mort Weiss shared a video ("Lovefool").

Damn! This chick's got it all

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Quote:Mort Weiss · YouTube ("Creep")

Unbelievable!!!!!!! Mort

Mort is a clarinetist in his 80s.

Quote:Weiss' prodigious musical gifts have been captured on a dozen recordings to date. That quantity of recordings is made considerably more impressive by the fact that all twelve albums were recorded over an equivalent span of twelve years, beginning in 2003 when Weiss was 68 years old.

...Born in April, 1935 in Pennsylvania, Weiss began clarinet lessons when he was nine-years old. After moving with his family to Los Angeles, he continued playing classical music, and during his teens studied with the L.A. Philharmonic Orchestra's esteemed clarinetist, Antonio Remondi. After graduation and a year at the Westlake School of Music, the precocious teenage Weiss soloed on several T.V. programs with the Freddie Martin Orchestra, a.k.a. “The Band of Tomorrow.”

Weiss' exposure to jazz began with Dixieland. But, when he first heard a Charlie Parker record, he was hooked. He frequented jazz clubs, participating in after-hours jam sessions, and spending many hours in the woodshed honing his craft. Bebop clarinetist Buddy DeFranco became his idol.

At the age of 19, Weiss was drafted into the Armed Services and played tenor sax in the Army band. In the ten years following his discharge, there was a dearth of work for jazz clarinetists and the tenor saxophone became his bread and butter. Weiss' life became lounges, minor jazz clubs, and work in R&B bands.

Enter the 1960s. Travelling in the proverbial fast lane became a rapid trip down the wrong speedway. Weiss eventually found himself in jail, buck naked, his life in “total shambles,” playing the “wrong” instrument to support a dead-end life style. In that moment of clarity, Weiss decided to “put everything down, including playing music.” His love affair with his horn, that harshest of mistresses, was put on hiatus.

Still, unable to disassociate himself from music completely, Weiss began working at a music store, and eventually opened his own store, The Sheet Music Shoppe which grew into the largest purveyor of printed music in Southern California. In the summer of 2001, Weiss read an advertising flyer that asked “Do You Want to Play Jazz?” The timing was perfect. It was enough to make him dust off his clarinet case, begin practicing, and soon invite guitarist Ron Eschete to jam.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mort_Weiss