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Blues and jazz singer Hugh Coltman livened up MusicHall Waterfront Thursday night, delivering a stellar lineup of songs from his latest album "Who's Happy?" Joined onstage by his seven-man brass band, including guitarist Freddy Koella – who has worked with such lights as Bob Dylan and Lhasa De Sela – the groups' infectious joy quickly spread through the audience.Presented by Liban Jazz, the concert was a medley of sultry blues numbers, contemplative ballads and upbeat jazz tunes, all showcasing Coltman's smooth tenor, roughened with just the right amount of smoke.Toward the end, the audience was all whistling or humming the main melody alongside Coltman.
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