December 07, 2019

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It is fair to say that musicians have a yearning to record an album while active in the music industry, and although this feat is not easy to achieve, it is not impossible. This statement is echoed by several, but most recently by Nadine Axisa, a veteran female singer whose work in the festival circuit has been well documented throughout the past twenty years. “Velvet”, a subtle name which evokes a sense of peace and tranquility is the name that the female artist chose to name her debut album, a collection of 12 original songs, all of which are ‘jazz-infused’.

12 months on, and Nadine Axisa is still riding high on the positive critical acclaim received, so much so, that the project has led to the release of a music video, this time for the song “Stormy Night” with music and lyrics by Kris Spiteri. The professional cut is mainly based on the sound, rather than theatrics and hence, one could see a cluster of musicians, well representative of those who were involved in the production of the song. We urge you to watch the music video below, purchase a copy of the album through iTunes, and also stay tuned to escflashmalta.com even through Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news.

Source: Press Release

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgScljmLF00

Published in Local Music News

Nadine Axisa, considered by many to be a veteran of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest having participated with a total of nine (9) entries, the most recent being Once In a Lifetime composed by Jason Paul Cassar to the lyrics of Mario Farrugia and performed in a duet with Clifford Galea. In 2006, Nadine performed a different type of entry in the competition, one entitled Waves composed by Vinny Vella Jnr. and penned by Ray Tabone. Whilst the song was not appreciated in light of the competition, the vocalist exuded confidence in showing that jazz is the genre she enjoys the most.

At the moment, the renowned local artist is working on her debut album, one which will not incorporate former entries in the competition but specifically consisting of easy listening jazz music. All of the tracks will be completely original and have been created by a large team of musicians including; Dominic Galea, Paul Giordimaina, Paul Abela, Vinny Vella, Marc Galea, Marvin Gaerty and Kris Spiteri. Speaking to Nadine Axisa, she added that she is absoltely thrilled and happy with the way things are working out and progressing. 'I Can see myself in the tracks which are being developed and I feel very satisfied that finally I will have a showcase which truly reflects what I love most'.

Join the following facebook event or follow on twitter #nadinesjazzproject to acquire first hand information about the project. You will get the chance to experience the whole process, from composition to launch. The production of this album is supported by the Malta Arts Fund, Olimpus Music & Yamaha Pianos, Magro Brothers of Gozo, and entertainment.com.mt. The album which is still being recorded at the moment is set for release within the next couple of months but escflashmalta.com will be doing it's best to keep you posted with the latest progress.

Source: Press Release, Bernard Polidano (Photo)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmQRnM6xdzU

 

Published in Local Music News