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MBEquinoxBWSmallMarjorie Barnes is one of the world’s great jazz singers and performers. She is possessed with serious vocal chops, a confident and dramatic stage presence, and an ability to deliver a lyric in the manner of the great musical storytellers. She also manages to couple an authenticity and wisdom earned through five decades in the music business with an infectiously youthful and playful spirit.

Equinox is a firmly rooted and musically diverse quintet of highly seasoned jazz musicians based in the Netherlands. Led by American guitarist, composer, arranger, and lyricist Dan Nicholas, the band also features Simon Rigter on tenor saxophone, Bob Wijnen on piano, Steve Zwanink on bass, and Marcel Serierse on drums.

The meeting between Marjorie Barnes and Equinox is of a true collaborative spirit. Marjorie’s singular vocal gifts shine brightly over the band’s unique sound and her sharp musical instincts and daring fit hand in glove with the band’s adventurous musical interplay. Marjorie Barnes and Equinox’s music is a seamless blend of original works penned by Dan Nicholas set alongside jazz classics, more contemporary pieces, and favorites from the great American songbook. With Equinox behind her every step of the way, Marjorie brings powerful emotional and personal depth to songs that speak of love, loss, hope, celebration, and the blues.

Marjorie Barnes & Equinox new CD Brighter Shores

homediscscopyMarjorie Barnes & Equinox’s new album “Brighter Shores” is scheduled for release in the autumn of 2017. The album is the high water mark in three years of collaboration between Marjorie Barnes and Equinox; a union between Marjorie’s singular gifts as a vocalist and lyrical interpreter, Dan Nicholas’ arranging and composing, and Equinox’s understated musical mastery.

Equinox’s previous CD “Face the music” was released in September 2013. “Face the music” is a combination of original works and arrangements, and fresh explorations of lesser known jazz gems. Additionally, South African singer Tutu Puoane joins the band for a moving ballad written by piano great Stanley Cowell, with lyrics by Dan Nicholas. Equinox’s “Face the Music” tour took them to such venues as A Train in Berlin and The Sugar Club in Dublin, and culminated in a performance at London’s legendary jazz club Ronnie Scott’s.

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