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Tamuz Nissim

Award-winning Israeli vocalist Tamuz Nissim has been living and performing in NYC for the last four years. She performs alongside with some of the city's most acclaimed musicians in clubs like the Blue Note, Jazz Forum, The Bar 55, Deer Head Inn, Cornelia Street and many more, gaining the love of music lovers and Jazz aficionados alike.

Her latest album “Echo of a Heartbeat” received rave reviews from the Jazz press - NYC Jazz Record, UK Vibe, JazzPRESS Poland , All About Jazz, Midwest Record, Jazz DaGama, Jazz Avenues, WTJU, Jazz Journal and many more.

The CD charted on The JazzWeek charts and it is being played in over a 100 radio stations around the USA, Canada, South America, Japan, Europe, Australia and Israel.

“Tamuz Nissim’s third release and it is a gem! She has a beautiful voice, outstanding control, she can scat with the best of any era and on top of that, she tosses in some knock out vocalese that would put the icing on any cake!”

Dave Rogers WTJU

The record was co-produced with bassist Harvie S, and alongside with this great jazz luminary it features pianist James Weidman, guitarist George Nazos, and drummer Tony Jefferson. All the players are accomplished performers who have worked with a host of remarkable vocalists: Bassist Harvie S with Sheila Jordan, pianist James Weidman with Abbey Lincoln's band and Tony Jefferson is a great singer himself. Then there is George Nazos, whose guitar work has lent an essential element to Nissim’s music for the last ten years.

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Dot Time Records
2021

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Capturing Clouds

Street of Stars
2020

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Heat Song

Street of Stars
2020

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Echo of a Heartbeat

Street of Stars
2018

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Liquid Melodies

Self Produced
2017

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Make Believe

From: Heat Song
By Tamuz Nissim

Just Squeeze Me

From: Echo of a Heartbeat
By Tamuz Nissim

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