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Hampton Jazz Festival: Jill Scott, Trombone Shorty And Orleans Avenue, Eric Benet & Avery Sunshine tickets at Hampton Coliseum,Hampton,VA on 6/26 7:30PM
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Jill Scott has an ability of hitting notes in sixth and seventh octave, visible on the tracks like Gimme where she hits D6. On Spring Summer Feeling she hits C7 with full vibrato.
Born in April 4, 1972, Jill Scot is an American singer of R&B, jazz and blues, a songwriter, a poet and an actress. Jill Scott is among the improvisers of music. She mingled R&B, jazz, hip hop and spoken word with various other genres and created a brand new form of music often called neo soul. She is famous for her rich vocal capabilities and is often ranked as among the legends such as Minnie Riperton and Deniece Williams by various reviewers and fans.
Jill Scott's career started off by performing as a spoken word artist. She used to attend various poetry reading live contests. Her talents were first discovered by Amir Quest Love Thompson of the Roots. Quest Love offered her to become a part of the band inside studio, which Scott accepted. The result was the song You Got Me. The rap performance of Erykah Badu and The Roots won a Grammy Award for performing the rap You Got Me in 2000. Jill Scott has collaborated with names such as Will Smith, Eric Benet and, Common. She has expanded her career by traveling to Canada in a Broadway production of a musical.
In 2000, Jill Scott began her acting career on the advice of director and her friend Ozzie Jones. She joined a theatre company in Philadelphia and for a couple of years kept taking on small jobs in exchange for the acting lessons.
In 2000, she released her debut album Who is Jill Scott Words and Sounds Vol 1 after being the first artist to be signed under Hidden Beach Recordings label of Steve Mckeever. The single A Long Walk from the album brought some success her way and eventually by 2003 won her a Grammy Awards nomination for Best Female Vocal Performance. Although she lost the award at that time but in 2005 her song Cross My Mind won the Grammy for Best Urban/Alternative R&B Performance. Scott released two of her albums Experience: Jill Scott 826 in 2001, followed by Beautifully Human: Words and Sounds Vol. 2 in 2004.
A donation of more than $60,000 was made by Jill Scot's Blue Babes Foundation for the graduating students from the Creative Arts School in Camden in New Jersey in 2003. The scholarship was for the students who managed to keep up a GPA of 3.2. The student will receive fund for the college education for next three years.
Jill Scott appeared in various episodes of the UPN's Girlfriend season 4 in 2004. She appeared as Donna, a lover of the main character William Dent. She was also seen in Cavedwellers a showtime movie which starred Kyra Sedgwick and Kevin Bacon. She is taking up a part in the upcoming movie version of The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency as Precious Ramotswe.
Jill Scott appeared in Why Did I get Married, a movie by Tyler Perry, in 2007, as well as in Hounddog. A review says that Scott's artistic ability appears in her tracks from the Who Is Jill Scott's song Show Me which level with the song-bird of the past Minnie Riperton.
Jill Scott is the founder of the Blue Babes Foundation which enables minority students to afford their university-level expenses. The students ranging from the ages 16 - 21 are given special financial aid on scholarship basis, specially the residents of Philadelphia, Camden, and Delaware Valley. Jill Scott initially donated $100,000 for the starting of the Blue Babes Foundation, which is named after her grandmother Blue Babe. Her grandmother got the name because she had a bluish tint within her brown complexion. With these efforts she wants to accommodate the deserving students who unfortunately do not get a chance to complete their studies due to a financially poor background.
The Blue Babes Foundation's mission line states that they seek the young students who have shown that they are committed to their studies by showing aptitude but their families do not have enough resources to afford their college expenses. The Blue Babes Foundation takes a full responsibility of them until their undergraduate degrees are handed out to them.
In an interview with the Jet Magazine, she is known to have remarked that she had a very happy childhood and was a much loved child. She attended Philadelphia High School for Girls and later on after her graduation joined Temple University. Meanwhile she was working on two jobs. She had a plan of becoming an English Teacher at school after her secondary education of 3 years was completed, however, her interest wandered off into other modes soon after she was done with her studies, instead she devoted her life in her true talents. If you wish to watch the queen of blues live on stage, get your Jill Scott Tickets now!
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