New CD "My Heart Belongs To Satchmo" released March 2018, on Blujazz.
Submitted for 61st Annual Grammy Awards in 3 categories:
Best Roots Performance: My Bucket's Got A Hole In It
Best Arrangement, Instruments & Vocals: Pennies From Heaven
Best Jazz Vocals: Roberta Donnay
Produced by Roberta Donnay, Sam Bevan, Matt Wong
Arranged by Matt Wong, Sam Bevan, Roberta Donnay
except for Pennies From Heaven: Instruments arranged by Sam Bevan, Vocal Arrangement by Roberta Donnay, Annie Stocking, & Dan Hicks (with new lyrics by Dan Hicks)
Roberta Donnay-vocals, John R. Burr-piano, Sam Bevan-bass, Deszon Claiborne-drums, Rich Armstrong-trumpet, Mike Rinta-trombone, Sheldon Brown-clarinet, Matt Baxter- guitar
Featured July 2018 Issue of DownBeat Magazine:
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Video: Live: 'Ol Man Mose:
Video: "My Heart Belongs To Satchmo":
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"[Roberta Donnay's] engagement with the lyrics,
her supple sense of time and her soulful, little-girl timbre remind you of Billie Holiday."
-Mike Zwerin, International Herald Tribune.
take of the hot swingin' jazz and sultry blues of the 1920s and 30s that
will make you want to dance all night!" - Verdi Club
"With her singularly enticing sound, few contemporary vocalists are
as well suited to dustily vintage material as jazz-blues stylist Roberta Donnay.."
- JAZZ TIMES
"Roberta Donnay is a Jazz Age preservationist, guardian of Depression-era sounds, and extender of traditions, but her music isn't covered with cobwebs or dated in any way." – All About Jazz
All photos by Eddy Bee Images: http://www.eddybeeimages.com/