Eva Schubert With New Jazz EP “Hot Damn Romance” and Single “Brawler”

Eva Schubert hails from the beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia and exudes her own style and brand of tastefully done easy flowing jazz with the backing of an extremely talented quartet. “Hot Damn Romance” is Eva’s third album and is filled with effortless and easy rippling guitar, with jazzy horns emanating class and elegance.

Schubert is a masterful singer/songwriter whose love of music was inspired by jazz greats like Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday, icons such as Etta James and the great Leonard Cohen. Her writing is diverse and has a range that is so diverse it gently crosses through a wide range of styles. Her pallet is primarily jazz with distinct vintage texture and the lyrics flow with playful humor.

“The essence of this EP is real musicians, playing live in studio together. I deliberately avoided electronic sounds because there is something direct and resonant about the musicianship, and we wanted to showcase that. Also, what I think a lot of people love about old school jazz is this very quality of sound, which often gets lost in the jungle of contemporary production. The other characteristic of vintage jazz is fresh and thoughtful lyrics, which is something I tried to bring to this as well.” – Eva Schibert

The single “Flying High” opens the album with a light breezy feel. The song is a beautiful carefree tune that would fit well cruising with the top down while driving along the coast, enjoying the cool summer breeze and the beach.

“Brawler” is a cool groove moving jazz tune with light easy guitar and grooving bass. I loved the bright blast of horns bringing it all together. The song is about a smooth dastardly low down smooth operator working his wicked wiles.

“Sweet Man” opens with the grooving sound of nice horn section and the inviting cymbals of a cool percussion rift. Vocals are bright and smooth, very inviting.

Schubert is beautiful inside and out and her voice is superb, rich, and alluring. The genre of music she has chosen as her profession is right on and she was obviously born to do this. It’s classy and mixed just right. She’s got the funky jazz mix going, sass and class, and I would place her in the top ten jazz artists to watch for our fall run.

This collection of “Hot New Romance” includes five classic jazz songs that are sure to win you over to want more. All originals and all written at different times, the songs are pure gold in the jazz genre.

Press Quotes:

“Very Etta James… very Billie Holiday.”
–Canadian Beats

“…harkens back to the era of sophisticated jazz standards.”
–Spotlight Songs

“…getting better with every song she performs.–Vancouver Sun

Artists performing on this collection are Eva Schubert with phenomenal vocals, Michael Kavalerchik on guitar,
Alexander Brown on trumpet, flugelhorn, Bryant Didier on bass, Mark Hundervad on drums. Schubert presents in the styles of Jazz, Vintage Jazz, and is said to be similar to the great Billie Holiday, Sade, Jill Barber, Ella Fitzgerald RIYL: Diana Krall, Michael Buble, Emily Claire Barlow, Nina Simone, surprisingly, Leonard Cohen

Schuberts first two albums “Songs For a Ladies Man” and “Borderless Sky” both garnered high reviews and are a testament to the class and style that Eva places in her music and her performances. You can’ and won’t go wrong by adding her music to your jazz collection. Do it now…today.

You can enjoy her work at the following sites and all media and photos come to you from Independent Music Promotions.

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Sherryl is a Senior Writer and Assistant Editor with Nashville Music Guide and her blog, Lyrics N Legends has been featured since 2012. Her articles has graced the cover and have appeared as feature stories in the NMG print edition. She is also a member of WMMW, Women of Music Music of Women, a non-profit organization in support of women in the music industry. WMMW also appears here in Nashville Music Guide.

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