Ava Lemert

Many years before her emergence in the contemporary jazz and R&B worlds as the Singing Saxstress™, Ava Lemert remembers the unique approach her father took to encouraging her musical dreams—and helping her get into her first jazz band in high school. A mechanics instructor at L.A. Trade Technical Collect (LATTC) who taught in the Yamaha Motorcycle program, Ava’s father bartered his instructor wages so that Ava could have a shiny new YAS 23 alto for her very first saxophone, straight off the dock from Japan in Long Beach

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Soulful, jazzy, saxy, funky, fresh blend of powerful vocal and saxophones by Ms. Lemert. Seductive, addictive real instruments, music made the way it used to be but with a contemporary soul and vibe. Some fast funk, some smooth sexy, for sax lovers!

There is something on here for everyone who visits these pages, and if you check out the sound samples on CD Baby then I think you'll agree that this is a worthwhile purchase to kick off your soulful squandering in 2010! B. Towler, SoulChoonz.com

Such energy, zest, drive, and skill on the sax make this young lady one to watch. The album simply drips with enthusiasm, clearly from her soul, and it’s plain to see (or hear) that she wants you to know she was having a party in the studio throughout the entire time that she was laying down the tracks for this collection of really well-produced R&B-laced smooth nuggets

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