Tuesday, September 17

America’s first lady of roots music to sing at Borneo Jazz 2011

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KUCHING: Multiple Grammy nominee Maria Muldaur is perhaps best known for her seductive top-ten single ‘Midnight at the Oasis’ will perform at Borneo Jazz 2011.

GRAMMY AWARD NOMINEE: Maria Muldaur will perform at Borneo Jazz 2011.

Maria Muldaur is often referred to as America’s First Lady of Roots Music.

From her teen years as part of the folk revival of the sixties, to her recent ‘bluesiana’ efforts, Maria has released more than 35 records that have been embraced by fans and critics alike.

She has been garnering many awards and accolades including a Grammy nomination in the Traditional Blues category for her 2005 release ‘Sweet Lovin’ Ol’ Soul’, a ‘Best Adult Alternative Album of the Year’ award by the National Association of Independent Record Distributors for 1992’s ‘Louisiana Love Call’, and many more.

In 2010, Muldaur was nominated again for the Grammies.

Maria Muldaur was also the third woman ever to be on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. Her singing is a gift she still takes on the road most of the year. She has mastered many musical genres: blues, early jazz, gospel, folk, country, and R&B.

Throughout her career Maria has toured tirelessly nationally and internationally, developing a loyal following of fans of all ages that come out to see this versatile roots music stylist romance an audience as only Maria Muldaur can.

Meanwhile, Borneo Jazz 2011 will be held in Miri from May 12-15.

Maria Muldaur will be taking the stage on Saturday, May 14, at the ParkCity Everly Hotel in Miri. Be sure not to miss this opportunity to see her perform. So get your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

Limited promotional tickets are now available online at www.ticketcharge.com.my until Feb 28. The offer is on first come, first served basis.

For further enquiries on tickets, call TicketCharge Hotline: +603-9222 8811 or contact them at its office at No 42A-1, Jalan Metro Pudu, Fraser Business Park, Off Jalan Yew, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

More details about the Borneo Jazz are also available at www.jazzborneo.com, email [email protected] or call the Miri Visitors Information Centre at +6 085-434180 / 81.