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Jazz artist China Moses returned to Beirut Tuesday night, giving a lively show at LibanJazz to promote her sixth album "Nightintales".Moses' LibanJazz show was entertaining and musically on point, her sultry smooth alto ranging from sweetly flirtatious to bold and powerful.Between songs Moses shared jokes and the stories and incidents that inspired her songs.Moses began her musical journey at age 16 when her mother – jazz celebrity Dee Dee Bridgewater – used music therapy to help Moses deal with the news that her father had cancer.Released in 2017, "Nightintales" is mix-and-match fusion record, weaving together everything from R&B to swing, as Moses believes there should be no limits on music.Moses' powerful vocals were audible even when she sang off-mic.Moses' tour continues until June. Moses doesn't want a break.
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