My guest on this episode is the acclaimed jazz and cabaret singer, Barb Jungr. Those labels don’t begin to capture the myriad of musical styles and personal style that infuse her work as a songwriter and performer. In recent years Barb has been recognised for her unique interpretations of songs by writers such as Jacques Brel, Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen, but in this conversation we also dig into her own history as a songwriter and as an artist.
[With Barb in London and me in Melbourne, we encountered a technical snafu with the way I originally planned to record this interview. My back up plan resulted in a recording where the audio quality isn’t as good as this conversation deserves. I do hope you’ll be able to put that aside in order to enjoy Barb’s stories and insights. They’re well worth the effort.]
Getting to know Barb and spend some time working with her transformed the way I think about arranging and performing music. She and her work have had a tremendous influence on me and so I’m really thrilled to share with you this episode of Studio Time with Barb Jungr.
In this episode we discuss:
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