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“The best Jazz artists lend their style to the genre. Carol does this wonderfully, and if this is the first time you have heard of her, it will make you want to listen to her other offerings.” – All About Jazz
“A gifted singer and composer, Carol Duboc unveils an enchanting and tasteful selection of songs on Open The Curtains, well done!” – THEJAZZWORLD.COM


New Release

Open The Curtains has a star-studded line-up of musicians, who not only happen to be women but who are also some of the baddest musicians to grace this planet including; percussionist Sheila E., pianist/vocalist Patrice Rushen, saxophonist Mindi Abair, guitarists Bibi McGill and Jennifer Batten, drummer Queen Cora Coleman, bassist Rhonda Smith and trombonist and singer Aubrey Logan. Collectively these women have collaborated with everyone from Stevie Wonder, Carlos Santana and Prince to Michael Jackson, Pink and Beyoncé, and beautifully carry Duboc’s message of female strength, wisdom and independence forward with grace, brawn and undeniable hipness. While seven of the ten songs on Open The Curtains are originals penned by Carol, she chooses to pay tribute to a trio of women who have long inspired her – Nina Simone, Patrice Rushen and Peggy Lee.

Open The Curtains with Carol Duboc, Patrice Rushen, Sheila E
Carol Duboc Jazz Singer

The album introduces six new originals written by me, as well as the song “Precious” I wrote and arranged for Chante Moore and three songs written or made famous by female jazz artists including “Fever” (Peggy Lee,) Forget Me Nots” (Patrice Rushen,) and “Feeling Good” (Nina Simone.) On the title cut, I introduce my 9 year old daughter, who is an amazing music prodigy and vocalist!

Enjoy the music #openthecurtains #girlpower #amazinggirl