My name is Volora Howell, I am an international jazz vocalist. Here are my latest picture,
I was in Marrakech Morocco 2 weeks ago performing at the Royal Mansour for the King of Chad and for the Royal Prince.
I also performed at the Red Rooster doing a Tribute Show of Phyllis Hyman.
Here is a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPxFgylZx0k
Volora performs : You Don’t Know what Love Is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cP_r80Sh7o
Volora sings Day Dreams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSUx35yMEQc
Volora sings Cherokee https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0r5Y_jZJjyY
It’s a duet, piano and voice.
Please listen to my cd:
Here’s my brief my bio:
Although I have been compared to Phyllis Hyman, this soulful chanteuse has her own voice and style and a five-octave range that sends chills down your spine. Growing up in Newark, New Jersey, Volora graduated from the prestigious Arts High School, which produced such talents as Sarah Vaughn, Savion Glover, Wayne Shorter, Tony award winner Melba Moore, jazz vocal legend Andy Bey, and James Moody. There she studied classical music, gospel, voice and music theory for four years, before going on to earn a B.S. in Journalism from Suffolk University and a Masters from New England Conservatory of Music.
As a vocalist Volora has performed in New York City hotspots, the Lenox Lounge,Blue Note, Sugar Hill Bistro, Copeland’s, and the 5-Spot, among others. She has also toured Italy, Japan the UK, Trinidad and Tobago, and Grenada. Volora is winner of the Producer and Host Cable Award – “Woman of the Week;” received “Diva Award” for newcomer artist extraordinaire on the Piscataway, NJ Cable Show “Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!!!; and was nominated “Best Female Jazz Vocalist” in Boston for her show A Tribute to Phyllis.