Here it is… Our second episode of ‘The Big Cheese Show’ with Grammy Nominated singer, Gregory Porter. The Big Cheese Show had the pleasure of interviewing this jazz sensation earlier this year in London.
A truely insightful interview with this jazz legend as he shares with us his musical journey, inspirations and ultimately the heart behind why he does music.
Gregory Porter is known for showing an incredible degree of vocal mastery. Born in Los Angeles and raised in Bakersfield, Gregory performs around the UK, Europe, Russia and USA.
Gregory’s success on the stage with “It Ain’t Nothin’ But the Blues” paved the way for another theatrical outing and pairing with Eloise Laws. In his semi-autobiographical “Nat King Cole and Me,” he dramatically documented his childhood, which was marked by an absentee father and the joy and pain he heard when listening to his mother’s Nat King Cole records. He here talks about his father, Jazz greats that inspired him and of course his sophomore album, Be Good.
With a rich and emotion filled voice, Gregory Porter is undoubtedly the next big male vocal jazz star!
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