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Showtime: 8 PM


Red Barn Radio Live Presents a very special program with Lexington Music’s Lifetime award honoree, Gail Wynters.  It’s an evening of jazz standards as

Ms. Wynters presents music from the Great American Songbook,

accompanied by her all-star band.

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Gail Wynters is a native of Ashland,

Kentucky who has made Lexington

her home. Her father was a pastor

and she grew up around music in

church. Wynters says, singing is

what she’s wanted to do her entire

life.

“As long as I’ve had a memory I’ve

been singing because I was born into

a family of singers, the story goes, I

was 18 months, a lady was holding

me in the audience, my family was

on the platform singing and I kept

wiggling trying to get free and her

hold kind of loosens enough for me

to make my escape, climbed up on

the platform, started singing every

song they were singing even though,

I knew all the melodies, but I’d

make up those words, so I started

scatting at a young age, but from

that time on pretty much I was singing with my family.”

She moved from Kentucky to New York and has had a career full of experiences. She was signed to the Hickory record label and recorded with artists like Michael Brecker, Dr. John, Ron Carter and Richie Havens. Wynters says, no matter what she sings, it always comes from the heart.

“You know, you do what you gotta do in order to keep everything, that and commercials and all of that to keep things going and I would need to do it, even though I didn’t believe in the song, I would have to go deeply inside myself and come up with some sort of way I could connect to it, in order that I could sing it honestly, you’re there, no matter what it is and I think church prepares you for that, whether it’s R&B, whether it’s a little bit of Rock, whether it’s Jazz, whatever, it’s in there.”

Wynters for a brief time taught at the New School of Jazz in New York and also raised two sons who are musicians, Arte and Tripp Bratton. The advice she gives to up and coming musicians, be true to yourself.

“I think it’s, be you, be the original of what you want to do, I mean, you’ve got all the influences, yeah that’s true and you take all of that and you become, because if you’re sounding like everybody else, you won’t be noticed, you really gotta take all that in and become who you are meant to be musically.”

The Performance Hall at ArtsPlace,

161 North Mill St.

Lexington, Kentucky -

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