epkFrom: Atlanta, GA

Genre: Jazz, Blues, Jazz vocals/ Bebop, Swing, Soul,

Members: “Sweet Lu” Olutosin – Vocals

Bio: (Vocalist, lyricist, composer, educator …

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  • Atlanta, GA, Wolf Creek Amphitheater
    Wolf Creek Jazz Festival
  • Decatur, GA, Porter Sanford III Performing Arts & Community Center
    ASA Music Production,Inc Presents
  • Atlanta, GA, Kat’s Café
    Annual Jazz Gives Back Fundraiser Concert
  • Various locations, Various Venues
    Europe Tour
  • September 3, 2016
    Atlanta, GA, Wolf Creek Amphitheater
    Wolf Creek Jazz Festival

 

  • September 25, 2016
    Decatur, GA, Porter Sanford III Performing Arts & Community Center
    ASA Music Production,Inc Presents

 

  • November 19, 2016
    Atlanta, GA, Kat’s Café
    Annual Jazz Gives Back Fundraiser Concert

 

  • December 4, 2016
    Various locations, Various Venues
    Europe Tour

WHAT THEY’RE SAYING  

“…after the first part in a trio, the pianist presented the special guest, for the first time in Italy, the vocalist Sweet Lu Olutosin. One approach explosives, a mix of soul, blues, mainstream, soloing style vocalese – then added with original (Lyrics) texts – a stage presence that can warm up the audience, a display of medium and low register but then able to surprise with successful forays in the tall one with a clear timbre that recalled the teaching of soul singer James Ingram”.

Napoli da Vivere

“Olutosin’s voice is deeply rooted and tinged with just enough blues overtone, to make Sweet Lou’s Blues, an engaging offering, for both the jazz aficionado and newcomer. Filled with bursting melodies and topped with Olutosin’s distinctively impassioned voice, he may have just paved the way to new standards in the vocal jazz idiom”.

~ Geannine Reid,

Allaboutjazz.com

 “Olutosin is masterful, filled with ideas within his phrasing, and deeply rooted in blues. The soulfulness of his well-rounded masculine voice is a beacon in the male jazz vocal idiom. One voice I hope to hear for many years to come“.

~ H. Allen Williams,

JazzTimes

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