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Review: Mary Stallings an elegant singer with voice like a cello

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Mary Stallings sang of a “mellow cello” in Benny Carter’s “When Lights are Low” at A Place for Jazz on Friday – and that was her to a T. A slender woman of soul-deep elegance, an actor’s presence, an adventurous spirit and an alto voice like a cello, Stallings swung mostly slow, mostly vintage, mostly love songs with a crisp and confident trio: pianist/musical director David Udolf, bassist Harvie S and drummer Steve Williams. She ...

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