The first album devoted entirely to this composer's work, with pianist Tex Arnold, bassist Steve LaSpina, guitarist Gene Bertoncini and cornetist Warren Vaché. Beautiful arrangements were created for me by pianist Tex Arnold-longtime music director and arranger for Margaret Whiting, and accompanist at various times for Rosemary Clooney, Helen O'Connell and Barbara Cook. Thank you for your consideration, Maud. Risks and challenges. There are always risks and challenges associated with recording project timelines.
Singer; working for Johnny Mercer, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Dorothy Fields, Noel Coward, Lorenz Hart & their friends Arlen, Kern, Rodgers. Saint Paul, Minnesota.
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Maud Hixson has built an accomplished career as a performer and recording artist out of unlikely circumstances. Doris Day's performance in the Ruth Etting biopic "Love Me Or Leave Me" served as a primary inspiration for a young Maud to become a performer. In her twenties, waiting tables at a diner, she met another future jazz singer, Nichola Miller. MH: I think of and "easy listening" as terms that were invented for radio audiences in the last decades of the 20th century. I think these kinds of labels, invented to help the consumer, will keep changing as the ways we consume music continue to change. And there isn't much sophistication in a label.
Maud Hixson is a singer of classic jazz and popular songs, based in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Rick Carlson is the pianist for the Wolverines Big Band, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Soprano Maria Jette is often heard with VocalEssence and is a regular performer on the radio show A Prairie Home Companion.
Maud Hixson Sings Michael Leonard. by Mike Pengra May 24, 2013. radio heartland in studios. Twin Cities jazz singer Maud Hixson (Photo courtesy of the Artist). Listen: Maud Hixson Sings Michael Leonard. Maud received a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board to study the work of a living composer. She chose Michael "Mickey" Leonard, exploring his catalog for a performance which led to the recording of her new album, "Don't Let A Good Thing Get Away. Maud Hixson talked about it on Radio Heartland. Song of the Day. Slaughter Beach, Dog - Heart Attack.