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Austin born, Paris based 27 year old singer Hailey Tuck is an extraordinary talent. Her debut Silvertone album ‘Junk', produced by the legendary Larry Klein, is a 12 track masterclass in evocative, effortless, totally sublime singing. Hailey joyously rips up the rulebooks turning jazz on its head by putting her own spin on songs by artists as diverse as Leonard Cohen (They Don't Make It Junk), Ray Davies (Alcohol) and Paul McCartney (Junk). Classics from Cabaret and Leonard Bernstein rub shoulders with brand new songs. All are totally and literally addictive.
Hailey Tuck version of 'What's Love Got to Do With It' makes: Cover Me - 'Best Cover Songs of June'
Austin jazz singer Hailey Tuck's "Love on Top" was a near-miss for last week's Beyoncé covers countdown. But this, off the same new album Tuck + Cover (good name), was a shoo-in. Wisely realizing you can't out-belt Tina Turner, Tuck brings it way down for a quiet acoustic ditty. The song holds up wonderfully even with all the bombast stripped away. Her debut Silvertone album ‘Junk...
High expectation for Hailey Tuck's Junk / theartsdesk
Take a first, passing glance at the debut album from Hailey Tuck and she could be mistaken for Katy Perry, done up in florid new image finery. The Texas-born, Paris-living 27 year old, however, on further inspection (and, more to the point, on listening), is nothing like that pop superstar. The only thing they may have in common is ambition, for Junk is weighted with Sony money, recorded at LA's Suns...