Jazzmeia Horn living her best life

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Friday March 15, 2019

From The Bay State Banner

Jazz vocalist Jazzmeia Horn living her best life
By: Colette Greenstein

Jazzmeia Horn dreamed of being on stage ever since the age of 3, when she was singing in her grandfather’s church choir at Golden Chain Missionary Baptist Church in her native Dallas, Texas. Born into a musical family ‘” her mother was a gospel singer, her father a drummer and her grandmother a gospel pianist ‘” Horn’s dream has manifested itself even more fully than she ever thought possible.

The powerhouse vocalist has traveled the globe sharing her music with audiences in England, France, Spain, Italy, China, Japan and the Netherlands, and is set to share her music with Boston audiences at the RISE Music Series on March 28 at 7 p.m. at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

[…] For Horn, who turns 28 this year, it’s always been about the music ‘” sharing the music with her audience, her children, her family and her band members. She can’t imagine being anything other than a musician. ‘I don’t know if my head would be even right on my shoulders,’ she says, about having an occupation other than music. ‘I am truly living my best life. I couldn’t ask for another life right now. It’s magic.’

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