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Sunday, November 22, 2015

Jazz Soul Funk Songstress Miki Howard Live In Concert New Album Release



LOS ANGELES, CA – The Slimstyle Recording Company recently announced the release of Miki Howard’s new 14 song CD "Live In Concert/# I Choose To Be Happy". The CD, bound to thrill established fans and garner new ones is available on iTunes, Google Play and all other digital retailers and physically on Amazon and at stores nationwide.

As a highly acclaimed songstress and recording artist, Howard has previously released eight albums and is no stranger to putting out a new CD… but none have been quite like this new 14 song collection.  The positive and inspiring title song, #I Choose to Be Happy is  from the Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blues Collection and first single “Panther” echoes sentiment of  the title track. It is an  affirmative declaration on the power of maturity and wisdom.

Miki Howard considers this CD of live and studio material the first in a forthcoming series of mini albums entitled Miki Howard Reality Music Record Series #1. Reflecting on the release, the proud veteran states, “I am happy and excited about the Live In Concert/#I Choose To Be Happy album. There are some amazingly brilliant talents that are featured in this body of work including Too Short, David Ruffin  Jr. and a special treat, my “sun” B. Howard. I am indeed thrilled and  I am making music for the soundtrack of the times we are living in now.”



As a Grammy-nominated artist, Miki Howard represents passionate vocal artistry wrapped in a diminutive package of beauty, sass and candor. Her stunning catalog of music wide ranges wide in style – from the breezy “Come Share My Love” and the steamy funk of “Ain’t Nobody Like You” to her soul-stirring signature “Love Under New Management,” the jazzy “Imagination” and the inferno that is “That’s What Love Is” (her duet with the late, great Gerald Levert.)

The Slimstyle Recording Corp. is a multi-genre label with artists ranging from Ian Hunter to Cormega to Local H to Black Rob to Dexys (Midnight Runners). 

                                                                

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