Eleanor Dubinsky has found the tender edge where jazz, world, and pop sensibilities meet emotionally forthright songwriting. Composing in English, French and Spanish, the indie songstress is noted for her soothing, sultry vocals, enlivened by Latin, Brazilian, American and West African rhythms. Accolades include being named “Best Up ...
Eleanor Dubinsky has found the tender edge where jazz, world, and pop sensibilities meet emotionally forthright songwriting. She suggests we all work to "Turn It Around," the first single from her upcoming album Soft Spot of My Heart. Co-written with pianist and frequent collaborator Frank Ponzio, "Turn It Around" is an uplifting, soulful tribute to the spring that comes after a long winter, literally and spiritually.
More about Dubinsky's upcoming album, Soft Spot of My Heart:
Dubinsky’s third extended recording project, Soft Spot Of My Heart was laid down in studios in Lisbon and NYC over the course of 2017 (release: spring 2018). A globally savvy collection of tracks highlighting Eleanor's potent vocals, the record includes two songs in Spanish: El Sabor De La Vida and Cuando Voy A Mi Trabajo (Spanish, French and English) and draws from a variety of musical influences including gospel, folk, jazz, Latin and Luso-African.