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DOWNLOAD THE EPK Click here to Download Kurt’s full length bio and EPK. ABOUT KURT Renowned for his singular combination of robust swing and poetic insight, two-time GRAMMY winner Kurt Elling has secured his place kurt elling the world’s foremost jazz vocalists. Kurt elling New York Times proclaimed Elling, “the standout male vocalist of our time”.

Over a twenty-five year career of touring and recording, Elling has won three Prix du Jazz Vocal (France), two German Echo Awards, two Dutch Edison Awards, and has been nominated for a GRAMMY award fifteen times. He has had a 14-year run atop the DownBeat Critics and Readers polls, kurt elling has won twelve Jazz Journalists Awards for “Male Vocalist of the Year”.

Kurt Elling’s voice is instantly recognizable, embracing listeners with his warm, rich baritone and navigating the full span of his four-octave range as a virtuoso improvisor and a compelling storyteller.

The Guardian (UK) has named Kurt Elling, “a kind of Sinatra with superpowers,” and, “one of jazz’s all-time great vocalists.” Elling has recorded and toured with Kurt elling Marsalis, Danilo Perez, Stefon Harris, Fred Hersch, James Morrison, and Charlie Hunter. He has performed extensively with larger ensembles like The Clayton/Hamilton Orchestra, The National Youth Orchestra (led by Sean Jones), The Bob Mintzer Big Band, The BBC Concert Symphony (led by Guy Barker) The Metropole Orchestra (Holland), The Irish Radio and Television Orchestra (led by Brian Byrne), The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, and The WDR Orchestra and Big Band (Germany).

The Wall Street Journal said, “Elling combines authenticity with stunning originality.” The Washington Post declared that, “since the mid-1990s, no singer in jazz has been as daring, dynamic or interesting as Kurt Elling.” Elling’s dynamism is enhanced exponentially by the fact that he consistently generates new vocal material by writing and recording signature and definitive lyrics to the compositions of foundational jazz composers like John Coltrane, Keith Jarrett, Pat Metheny, Jaco Pastorius, Wayne Shorter, and Joe Zawinul.

Additionally, Kurt Elling has co-created multi-disciplinary performances for Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theater and The City of Chicago.

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Jazz At Lincoln Center saw the world premier of The Big Blind, an entirely new jazz musical-in-progress Elling is co-writing with collaborator Phil Galdston (“ Save The Best For Last”). National Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky declared that, “In Kurt Elling’s art, the voice of jazz gives new spiritual presence to the ancient, sweet and powerful bond between poetry and music.” Elling has toured the world in a variety of contexts, including UNESCO-sponsored “ International Jazz Day” performances in Havana, Cuba, in St.

Petersburg, Russia, in Melbourne, Australia and in Washington DC. He has twice performed at the White House, including a performance in collaboration with the late Marvin Kurt elling and the National Symphony Orchestra for President Obama’s first State Dinner. He has served as Artist-In-Residence at the Monterey and Singapore Jazz Festivals. As a music industry leader, Elling spent six years kurt elling as a Trustee and two years as Vice Chairman of The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.

SELECTED AWARDS Grammy Awards: • Best Jazz Vocal Album: Dedicated To You: Kurt Elling Sings the Music of Coltrane and Hartman • Best Jazz Vocal Album: Secrets Are The Best Stories, featuring Danilo Pérez Grammy Nominations: • Best Jazz Vocal Album: Secrets Are The Best Stories, featuring Danilo Pérez • Best Jazz Vocal Album: The Questions • Best Jazz Vocal Album: Upward Spiral, The Branford Marsalis Quartet with special guest Kurt Elling • Best Jazz Vocal Album: 1619 Broadway – The Brill Building Project • Best Jazz Vocal Album: The Gate • Best Kurt elling Vocal Album: Dedicated To You • Best Jazz Vocal Album: Nightmoves • Best Jazz Vocal Album: Man In The Air • Best Jazz Vocal Album: Flirting With Twilight • Best Jazz Vocal Album: Live In Chicago • Best Jazz Vocal Performance: This Time It’s Love • Best Jazz Vocal Performance: The Messenger • Best Jazz Vocal Performance: Close Your Eyes • Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying a Vocalist: “Easy Living” from Flirting With Twilight (Arrangement by Kurt Elling and Laurence Hobgood) DownBeat: • Critics Poll: Male Vocalist of the Year – 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, kurt elling, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2018, 2019, 2021 • Critics Poll: Talent Deserving Wider Recognition – 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 • Readers Poll: Male Vocalist of the Year – 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2018, 2019, 2020 (tie), 2021 https://cvd.sanidad.gob.es/cvdcovid/cvdcovid-formulario/index.xhtmlJazzTimes: • Extended Critics’ Poll: Male Vocalist of the Year – 2018 • Readers’ Poll: Male Vocalist of the Year – 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2018 • Readers’ Poll: Best New Release – 2012: 1619 Broadway – The Brill Building Project Jazz Journalists Association: • Male Singer of the Year – 2000, 2002, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2018, 2019, 2020 JazzWeek: • Record of the Year: The Gate – 2011 • Vocalist of the Year – 2006 Edison Jazz/World, The Kurt elling • Jazz Vocal International: Kurt Elling featuring Danilo Perez Secrets Are The Best Stories – 2021 • Edison Jazz Oeuvreprijs (Lifetime Achievement Award) – 2014 • Jazz Vocal: Kurt Elling, The Gate – 2011 ECHO Jazz Prize, Germany: • International Ensemble of the Year: Branford Marsalis Quartet with special guest Kurt Elling, Upward Spiral – 2017 • International Male Singer of the Year: Kurt Elling, The Gate – 2012 Jazz FM Awards: • International Jazz Artist of the Year – 2013 Académie du Jazz de Paris: • Prix du Jazz Vocal: The Questions – 2018 • Prix Billie Holiday: Man In The Air – 2003 • Prix Billie Holiday: The Messenger – 1997 Blue Note Milano: • Award of the Year – 2013 Scottish Jazz Awards: • International category – 2012 LOTOS Jazz Festival, Poland: • Aniol Jazzowy/Jazz Angel Artistic Prize – 2018 Silesian Jazz Festival, Poland: • Jazz Ambassador – 2012 I’ve never been to KE show, brought a friend who is not familiar with his music.

Disappointed he did not sing any of the songs I’ve listened to on Spotify for years, Practical arrangement was one I was looking forward to but it wasn’t performed.

Wouldn’t go to another of his gigs in the future. He sounds good though, but, his songs are difficult and would have been nice to have a favorite thrown in between all these unknown pieces.

Read more Report as inappropriate In the three previous times I’ve heard Mr Elling at Scullers, he performed first with a trio in 2003, and subsequent to that with a trio, guitar and sax.

This would mark the second time I heard Kurt elling. Perez at your venue, the first was with guitarist Mike Stern many years ago. Last night, the musicians opened with a half hour of exchanges, marked by scat and vocalise from Mr. Elling. Given the softer dynamic sound range of this performance, it was marred by the loud sound of the cash register at the bar (I was sitting equidistant between stage and bar; there has to be a remedy for that, given present technology!).

The bartender(s?) were indifferent to the volume of noise they were creating with ice and glasses; maybe the bartender was the unannounced percussionist, though not quite up to the standards of the people on stage!

In former times, such a miscreant would have received at least a reprimand, at worst kurt elling punch, from someone such as Charles Mingus, who was rightly offended by extraneous noise in club settings.

Also, the staff made astoundingly frequent exits and entrances to and from the lobby (what on earth for, as by this time, all the music patrons were in the club).

I know for a fact there is quieter door hardware on the market! The intruding light and noise were an jarring distraction; are people in the lobby actually ordering drinks from the club’s bar? Finally, there were 2 people kurt elling tables kurt elling who were thoroughly ignorant of listening etiquette, and thought nothing of conversing loudly during the performance.

Fellow patrons and staff eventually remedied the situation, but not until more than halfway through the set. Perhaps management should give a reminder before each set regarding not just cellphones, but also limiting conversation to an infrequent whisper, and then demonstrating for the audience, in pointed humor, what a mouse whisper sounds like!

All in all, my most disappointing trip to Scullers ever, even though the performance, or what I could hear and see of it, was quite good. Please take some steps to address these problems of disruptive noise. It is not good for the aesthetic and reputation of your club.

Read kurt elling Report as inappropriate It's a wonderful surprise to attend a concert where the singer's voice is as smooth and powerful live as kurt elling their recordings. This was certainly the case with Kurt Elling's concert May 18, 2019 at Bailey Hall at Broward College.

Elling's musicians were spotlighted so as to display their intense command of the music. It was a joy to watch these five musicians unit to produce an unforgettable concert. For the encore, which the audience insisted on, Elling came back on stage and sang a musical homage to Jon Hendricks a capella and without a microphone. Simply stunning. I've never heard a singer with the confidence and ability display such a feat.

It was a splendid ending to a magical concert. Hopefully he'll return next year so I can watch and listen, again, to music at its best.

Rochelle Santopoalo May 19, 2019 Read more Report as inappropriate
“.the standout male jazz vocalist of our time” The New York Times "Since the mid-1990s, no singer in jazz has been as daring, dynamic or interesting as Kurt Elling.” The Washington Post ".has pushed forward the art of jazz singing more than any other male performer of his generation.” BBC Arts DOWNLOAD FULL BIO Grammy Awards: Best Jazz Vocal Album: Secrets Are The Best Stories, featuring Danilo Pérez Best Jazz Vocal Album: Dedicated To You: Kurt Elling Sings the Music of Coltrane and Hartman Grammy Nominations: Best Jazz Vocal Album: Secrets Are The Best Stories, featuring Danilo Pérez Best Jazz Vocal Album: The Questions Best Jazz Vocal Album: Upward Spiral, The Branford Marsalis Quartet with special guest Kurt Elling Best Jazz Vocal Album: 1619 Broadway – The Brill Building Project Best Jazz Vocal Album: […] Long recognized as one of the top jazz vocalists of our time, Elling won his second Grammy Award for his album Secrets are the Best Stories.

Gustavus Adolphus College alumnus Kurt Elling ’89 won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album at the 63rd annual ceremony held virtually from the Los Angeles Convention Center on March 14, 2021. This is the second Grammy Award for Elling, who has been nominated 13 times for his jazz artistry and musicianship. The […] Kurt Elling receives the Best Vocal Jazz GRAMMY award for his 2020 album, Secrets Are The Best Stories!

After an incredible 14 nominations between 1995 and today, this marks Elling’s second GRAMMY win; his first in 2010 for Dedicated To You: Kurt Elling Sings The Music Of Coltrane And Hartman. Secrets Are The Best Stories is Kurt Elling’s first album on Edition Records.

Speaking from his home in Chicago, Elling collected his award via a link-up with legendary songwriter Jimmy […] All News Artists Moods • Amiable/Good-Natured • Bittersweet • Calm/Peaceful • Cerebral • Earnest • Earthy • Elegant • Energetic • Freewheeling • Gentle • Humorous • Intimate • Laid-Back/Mellow • Literate • Passionate • Playful • Romantic • Sensual • Sentimental • Sophisticated • Stylish • Sweet • Whimsical • Witty • Wry • Ambitious • Brash • Confident • Dramatic • Elaborate • Enigmatic • Ethereal • Kurt elling • Intense • Lively • Provocative • Refined • Rousing • Searching • Self-Conscious • Spiritual • Stately • Street-Smart • Swaggering • Theatrical • Uncompromising • Visceral • Warm • Complex • Dreamy • Exciting • Melodic • Restrained • Spacey Artists Themes • Late Night • Nighttime • Romance • Reflection • Romantic Evening • Introspection

Born in Chicago, Illinois, and raised in Rockford, Elling became interested in music through his father, who was Kapellmeister at a Lutheran church. He sang in choirs and played musical instruments. He encountered jazz while a student at Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota.

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After college, he enrolled in the University of Chicago Divinity School, but he left one credit short of a degree to pursue a career as a jazz vocalist.

Elling began to perform around Chicago, scat singing and improvising his lyrics. He recorded a demo kurt elling the early 1990s and was signed by Blue Note. He has been nominated for ten Kurt elling Awards, winning Best Vocal Jazz Album for Dedicated to You (2009) and Secrets Are the Best Stories(2021).

Elling often leads the Down Beat magazine Critics' Poll. He had a longtime collaboration with pianist Laurence Hobgood, leading a quartet that toured throughout the world. [1] Contents • 1 Early life • 2 Career • 3 Collaborators • 4 Personal life • 5 Discography • 5.1 As leader • 5.2 As guest • 6 Awards and nominations • 6.1 Grammy Awards • 7 Publications • 8 References • 9 Further reading • 10 External links Early life [ edit ] Kurt Elling was born in Chicago, Illinois on November 2, 1967, the son of Henry and Martha Elling.

His interest in music started with his father, who was Kapellmeister at kurt elling Lutheran church. [2] Elling attended elementary school at St. Paul Lutheran School in Rockford, [3] and throughout his early years, he sang in choirs and played violin, French horn, piano, and drums.

During his middle school years, Elling remembers watching Tony Bennett and the Woody Herman band on television and imagining what it would be like to sing with a band.

[4] Growing up, Elling sang in the classical style, learning counterpoint from the motets of Johann Sebastian Bach.

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At Rockford Lutheran High School, in Rockford, Illinois, Elling continued to sing in the choir: "When it was undeniably uncool and geeky and all that, to be the choir, I did it anyway, because it was reliably beautiful, and it was rewarding, and it gave me gifts of experience and friendships." One of these experiences was that of singing the National Anthem with the high school madrigal choir, "Joyful Sounds" under the direction of Joyce Kortze in front of his first large crowd of over 40,000 people.

[5] Elling became known in Chicago from his weekly gigs at the Green Mill Jazz Club, where he met pianist Laurence Hobgood through saxophonist Ed Petersen. Elling attended Kurt elling Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota, where he majored in history and kurt elling in religion. Kurt elling college, Elling sang in the 70-voice Gustavus Choir, an a cappella choir that performed works from a variety of different composers, allowing him to hone his technical kurt elling.

Elling also toured Europe with his college choir. [5] He became interested in jazz at Gustavus Adolphus while listening to Dave Brubeck, Dexter Gordon, Herbie Hancock, and Ella Fitzgerald. [6] After graduating from Gustavus Adolphus in 1989, Elling enrolled in graduate school kurt elling the University of Chicago Divinity School where he studied for his master's degree in philosophy of religion. [4] He thought about continuing work in academia or working for the World Council of Churches when he graduated.

[2] He began playing jazz gigs once a week during graduate school, with one of his first shows at Kurt elling Trenier's, a basement club in Chicago (now defunct).

He earned little money at these gigs, but Karl Johnson, the house pianist, was his mentor kurt elling teacher. [7] Elling recalls, "By day I was reading Kant and Schleiermacher, trying to get a handle on that, and at night I was sitting-in in clubs, and, of course, you can't do both and be effective. Eventually Saturday night won out over Sunday morning." [8] He remained a graduate student until January 1992, when he left school one credit short of graduation.

[9] In Chicago, Elling worked as a bartender and as a mover. He sang at weddings in addition to clubs. At this time, he began singing in a scat style and improvising his own lyrics. [6] Elling began listening to the vocalese of jazz singer Mark Murphy, who exposed him to the poetry of Jack Kerouac. The minimalism and emotion of Chet Baker's music was also influential.

Career [ edit ] While living in Chicago in 1995, Elling decided he was ready to record. He had met pianist Laurence Hobgood through Ed Petersen, who played the Green Mill on Monday nights. Elling convinced Hobgood that he was ready to go into the studio, and they came out with nine solid songs. Following the advice of pianist Fred Simon, the cassette recording was sent to Bill Traut, a manager in Los Angeles, who eventually gave it to Bruce Lundvall of Blue Note.

[10] In 1995, Elling signed with Blue Note, and the songs on the demo became the Grammy nominated label debut, Close Your Eyes (1995). [11] The album features Edward Petersen and Von Freeman on tenor saxophone, Dave Onderdonk on guitar, Laurence Hobgood on piano, Eric Hochberg and Rob Amster on double bass, and Paul Wertico on drums.

Close Your Eyes was followed by The Messenger (1997). [12] Elling performing in 2006 In 2006, Elling performed on the kurt elling program Legends of Jazz, in the episode "The Jazz Singers". Elling sang "She's Funny That Way" and performed a duet with Al Jarreau on " Take Five". The recording was released on CD and DVD.

In August of the same year, Elling signed a contract with Concord Jazz, and his first album with the label, Nightmoves, was released in 2007. The follow-up, Dedicated to You: Kurt Elling Sings the Music of Coltrane and Hartman (2009), is a tribute to the 1963 recording John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman, widely recognized as one of the all-time finest jazz vocal albums. [13] The album arose out of a 2005 concert commissioned by the Chicago Jazz Festival, showcasing the Coltrane-Hartman material.

Later, Elling and pianist Laurence Hobgood rearranged the music, culminating in a performance in the Allen Room at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York. The concert was recorded in January 2009 and the album was released in June.

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{INSERTKEYS} [9] Elling is a baritone with a four-octave range, and a writer and performer of vocalese, writing and performing words over improvised jazz solos. In 2007 and 2012, Circumstantial Productions published two editions of Lyrics: Kurt Elling, collections of Elling's vocalese lyrics edited by Richard Connolly.

In 1999, Elling became a National Trustee for the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, and in 2003 he was elected vice-chair and served two terms. Collaborators [ edit ] Elling has performed and recorded with David Amram, Randy Bachman, Bob Belden, Joanne Brackeen, Oscar Brown Jr., Jodie Christian, Billy Corgan, Orbert Davis, George Freeman, Buddy Guy, Jon Hendricks, Charlie Hunter, Bob Mintzer, Brad Mehldau, Lee Ritenour, John Pizzarelli, and Bob Sheppard.

Until November 2013, Elling's band included musical director Laurence Hobgood on piano, John McLean on guitar, Clark Sommers on bass, and drummer Kendrick Scott. Howard Reich's wrote in his November 6, 2013 column "My kind of Jazz" in the Chicago Tribune, that Elling and Hobgood would be going separate ways.

Hobgood linked to that article from his website. Elling's website announced the change on November 12, 2013. [14] The band included a rotating series of pianists until October 2015 when Gary Versace became Kurt Elling's first-call pianist and was added to the Band page on Elling's website. Then in August 2016, Stu Mindeman took over as piano chair and Versace's page was moved to Extended Family.

[15] In 2016 he was a member of Branford Marsalis's quartet. He toured with the band and performed on the album Upward Spiral, which was nominated for a Grammy Award.

Marsalis co-produced Elling's album The Questions and performed on three songs. {/INSERTKEYS}

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{INSERTKEYS} [16] Personal life [ edit ] In 1996, Elling married dancer Jennifer Carney. [17] Their daughter Luiza was born in 2005. [18] In the same year, the Ellings purchased a condominium from Barack Obama in Hyde Park, Chicago. [19] The Ellings moved to New York in 2008. Discography [ edit ] Elling at the North Sea Jazz Festival 2015 As leader [ edit ] • Coming of Age (Self Adhesive Records, 1991) • Close Your Eyes ( Blue Note, 1995) • The Messenger (Blue Note, 1997) • This Time It's Love (Blue Note, 1998) • Live in Chicago (Blue Note, 2000) • Flirting with Twilight (Blue Note, 2001) • Man in the Air (Blue Note, 2003) • Nightmoves ( Concord Jazz, 2007) • Dedicated to You: Kurt Elling Sings the Music of Coltrane and Hartman (Concord, 2009) • The Gate (Concord, 2011) • 1619 Broadway – The Brill Building Project (Concord, 2012) • Passion World (Concord, 2015) • The Beautiful Day: Kurt Elling Sings Christmas ( Okeh, 2016) • The Questions (Okeh, 2018) • Secrets Are the Best Stories ( Edition, 2020) • SuperBlue ( Edition, 2021) As guest [ edit ] With Laurence Hobgood • Left to My Own Devices (2000) • Crazy World (Naim, 2005) • When the Heart Dances (Naim, 2009) With Bob Mintzer • Live at MCG (2004) • Old School, New Lessons (2006) • Swing Out (2008) With others • Bob Belden – Shades of Blue (Blue Note, 1996) • The Manhattan Transfer – Swing (Atlantic, 1997) • Yellowjackets – Club Nocturne (1998) • Joanne Brackeen – Pink Elephant Magic (Arkadia Jazz, 1999) • Charlie Hunter – Songs from the Analog Playground (2001) • George Freeman – At Long Last George (2001) • Jackie Allen – The Men in My Life (2003) • Jon Weber – Simple Complex (2004) • Fred Hersch – Leaves of Grass (2005) • Till Brönner – Rio (2008) • John Pizzarelli – Rockin' in Rhythm: A Tribute to Duke Ellington (2010) • The Claudia Quintet – What Is the Beautiful?

(Cuneiform, 2011) • Lee Ritenour – Rhythm Sessions (Concord, 2012) • Kate McGarry – Girl Talk (2012) • Aki Yashiro – Live in New York (2013) • Renee Fleming – Christmas in New York (2014) • Harold Mabern – Afro Blue (Smoke Sessions, 2015) • Branford Marsalis – Upward Spiral (Marsalis Music/Okeh, 2016) [20] • Brad Mehldau – Finding Gabriel (Nonesuch, 2019) Awards and nominations [ edit ] Elling has won the Down Beat Critics Poll thirteen times, from 2000–2012, and the Down Beat Readers Poll seven times and the JazzTimes Readers' Poll eight times, all in the Male Vocalist of the Year category.

He has also received the Jazz Journalists Association Male Singer of the Year award eight times. In 2010 he was awarded the Edison/Jazz World award for The Gate. The Edison is the Dutch equivalent of a Grammy. In 2012 he was honored as the first Jazz Ambassador at the Silesian Jazz Festival in Poland, and he also won the German Echo Jazz award and the Scottish Jazz Award – International category.

In 2013 he was named International Jazz Artist of the Year in the Jazz FM Awards (UK). [21] Grammy Awards [ edit ] The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States. {/INSERTKEYS}

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On January 31, 2010, Elling won his first Grammy Award in the category of Best Jazz Vocal Album for the album Dedicated to You: Kurt Elling Sings the Music of Coltrane and Hartman on the Concord Jazz label. [22] Year Nominee / work Award Result 1995 Close Your Eyes Best Jazz Vocal Performance Nominated 1997 The Messenger Best Jazz Vocal Performance Nominated 1998 This Time it's Love Best Jazz Vocal Performance Nominated kurt elling Live in Chicago Best Jazz Vocal Album Nominated 2001 Flirting with Twilight Best Jazz Vocal Album Nominated "Easy Living" Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying a Vocalist Nominated 2003 Man in the Air Best Jazz Vocal Album Nominated 2007 Nightmoves Best Jazz Vocal Album Nominated 2009 Dedicated to You Best Jazz Vocal Album Won 2012 The Gate Best Jazz Vocal Album Nominated 2013 1619 Broadway – The Brill Building Project Best Jazz Vocal Album Nominated 2016 Upward Spiral Best Jazz Vocal Album Nominated 2021 Secrets are the Best Kurt elling (featuring Danilo Pérez) Best Jazz Vocal Album Won Publications [ edit ] • Elling, Kurt (November 1997).

"Guerrilla Diaries". Jazziz Magazine.

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• Elling, Kurt (2007). Richard Connolly (ed.). Lyrics. Circumstantial Productions. ISBN 978-1-891592-06-5. Archived from the original on May 5, 2010. Retrieved July 3, 2010. References [ edit ] • ^ "Kurt Elling Biography" (PDF) (Press release). Depth of Field Management. June 17, 2010. Retrieved June 27, 2010. • ^ a b Kurt elling, Sholto (October 14, 2007). "Kurt Elling: This cat can scat!". The Independent. See also: "Kurt Elling FAQ".

Archived from the original on March 28, 2010. • ^ "Kurt Elling coming to Coronado Aug. 6". The Rockford Register Star. July 2, 2010. Archived from the original on September 14, 2012. • ^ a b Yanow, Scott (2008). The Jazz Singers: The Ultimate Guide. Music Dispatch. p. 72. ISBN 978-0-87930-825-4. • ^ a b Elling, Kurt (November 16, 2007). "Master Class: Kurt Elling on His Early Musical Training".

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Concert Hall of the Community Music School of Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri: YouTube. • ^ a b Makos, Jeff (June 1997). "Vocal Ease". The University of Chicago Magazine. University of Chicago. 89–90: 26. • ^ "Kurt Elling FAQ". kurtelling.com. Archived from the original on March 28, 2010. • ^ James, Steve (May 3, 2000).

" 'Daddy-o' Kurt elling Elling really digs life". Independent Online. Reuters. • ^ a b Schudel, Matt (February 27, 2009). "A Tribute Supreme". The Washington Post. Retrieved July 4, 2010. • ^ Elling, Kurt. "Close Your Eyes".

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kurtelling.com. • ^ Schneider, Mike (2009). "Night Talk: An Interview with Kurt Elling". Bloomberg Television.

• ^ Carr, Ian; Digby Fairweather; Brian Priestley (2004). The Rough Guide to Jazz. Rough Guides. p. 237. ISBN 1-84353-256-5. • ^ Chinen, Nate (January 23, 2009). "Playfully Laying Claim to Songs of Two Jazz Greats". The New York Times. Retrieved July 4, 2010.

• ^ "Kurt Elling's New Directions". November 12, 2013. • ^ "Kurt Elling – Band". Kurtelling.com. Retrieved October 9, 2021. • ^ Morrison, Jim (June 2018). "Apprehend the Greatest Ideas". DownBeat. Elmhurst, Illinois. 85 (June 2018): 38–42. • ^ "Weddings: Jennifer Carney, Kurt Elling". Chicago Tribune. December 12, 1996. • ^ Koransky, Jason (July 12, 2007). "Act 3: Kurt Elling Kurt elling to Balance His Drive for Artistic Innovation with His New Family Life".

Down Beat. • ^ Schudel, Matt (February 27, 2009). "A Tribute Supreme". Washington Post. • ^ "Kurt Elling - Credits - AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved August 22, 2018. • ^ A full list Archived September 27, 2010, at the Wayback Machine of his awards and recognitions is on his website. • ^ DeRogatis, Jim (January 31, 2010). "Enduring the 52nd annual Grammy Awards". Kurt elling Sun-Times. Further reading [ edit ] • Chicago Jazz Magazine (September 1, 2010). "Kurt Elling and Laurence Hobgood.in kurt elling own words".

Chicago Jazz Magazine. Archived from the original on June 13, 2015. • Elling, Kurt (November 8, 2004). "Spirituality, Poetry and Jazz: Some Thoughts Driving the Jazz Singer".

First delivered at the University of Missouri, Columbia. • Gioia, Ted (February 2008). "The State of Jazz Vocals Today". Jazz.com. Archived from the original on April 2, 2008. • Hentoff, Nat (September 2006). "Kurt Elling: Being Fully in the Moment".

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Jazz Times. 36: 177. • Murray, Robert (April 17, 2008). "Some Notes on Kurt Elling" (PDF). 2008 Season Program: Kurt Elling: Jazz and Orchestra. About the Music. Sydney Symphony. Archived from the original (PDF) on July 16, 2011. • Paige, Bill (November 15, 1997).

"Local Noise: Kurt Elling". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. 109 (46). ISSN 0006-2510. • Rubenstein, Ben (August 28, 2006). kurt elling Elling". Centerstage. Sun-Times Media. Archived from the original on August 29, 2008. External links [ edit ] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Kurt Elling.

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