Julia Farino Re-Releases Debut Jazz Album

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London-born actress Julia Farino (www.juliafarino.com) has been hailed as Britain’s new leading lady and it is no wonder since this multi-talented starlet can turn her hand to anything in the world of entertainment.

The well-seasoned, British actress and singer, who has been living and working for the past 4 years in Los Angeles, has decided to re-release her debut album ‘Don’t Talk To Me Of Love’ for her international fan base to mark the album’s 10 year anniversary.

“I have found that recently people in America have been taking an interest in, not just my acting, but in my singing too and in particular my jazz music,” explains Julia. “Over the years, I have established myself as an international jazz singer with critically acclaimed jazz musicians Phil Mead and David Moses. In London, Phil, David and I, were the resident jazz band at The Dorchester Hotel in Mayfair, London. We had performances at the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, the Grand Hotel Paradiso in France and at countless jazz festivals, five star restaurants, hotels and at private functions for global corporations and I am delighted to celebrate the music we created together for my fans again.”

Julia’s jazz album, ‘Don’t Talk To Me Of Love’, is a mixture of original songs and covers which over the years has received rave reviews. Dave Gelly in the UK national newspaper, The Observer, wrote, “Her cool voice and clear, direct phrasing fit effortlessly into all kinds of settings – swing, ballad, Latin, even Dixieland – and in every case the words and music sound as though they belong together, which is not as common as you might think.”

Tracks from Julia’s album are continuing to sell in Singapore and Malaysia on several jazz compilation albums for EQ Records. The album is available from Amazon.co.uk or direct from Julia’s website, www.juliafarino.com.

For further information on Julia Farino visit her website: www.JuliaFarino.com

 

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