REVIEW: Champian Fulton, ‘Birdsong’ (self-released)

Charlie Parker’s centennial provides a great excuse for today’s jazz artists to revisit his repertoire. While some modernists turn his songs inside-out as they come up with new variations, others play creatively within the tradition. Count Champian Fulton among the latter. A delightful singer who could have fit comfortably into the 1940s jazz scene —

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