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Bass, Vocals, Writing: Marina Christopher Is A Hip Cat

Michael Goude

A product of Mountlake Terrace High School and Central Washington University's strong jazz programs, Marina Christopher has developed into a multi-talentend, highly in-demand artist on the Seattle jazz scene.

She's worked with singers Eugenie Jones, Jacqueline Tabor and Billy Brandt. She leads a soul group called Marina and the Dreamboats. You'll find her playing bass and singing at Sea-Tac Airport now and again, and she brought in five terrific musicians with her to celebrate her latest album, "Must Love Cats."

Through three of her own compelling and sweet compositions, we were left at the end of her session thinking our listeners Must Love Marina Christopher!

SONGLIST:

1. Must Love Cats

2. Self-Love

3. Zoe

BAND:

Marina Christopher - bass/vocals

George Bullock - guitar

Nick Allison - piano

Jamael Nance - drums

Frank Vitolo - tenor sax

Peter Daniel - baritone sax

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Abe grew up in Western Washington, a 3rd generation Seattle/Tacoma kid. It was as a student at Pacific Lutheran University that Abe landed his first job at KNKX, editing and producing audio for news stories. It was a Christmas Day shift no one else wanted that gave Abe his first on-air experience which led to overnights, then Saturday afternoons, and started hosting Evening Jazz in 1998.