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By Sarah Mills

LONDON, Aug 5 (Reuters) - A self-proclaimed "old soul", U.S. jazz artist Judi Jackson has come a long way since she discovered her vocal talents singing in church in her home state of Virginia.

"From around the age of like 10 or 12, I started to really pick it up seriously and study with a vocal coach... and work with little bands in my community," the 29-year-old told Reuters in an interview.

"My biological parents are both very creative and very musical. They did separate and I was adopted, which kind of opened my world in a way to many different styles of music, many different walks of life. And I was able to connect with a lot of different people at a very young age," she said of her childhood.

Inspired by Billie Holiday and Nina Simone, as a teenager Jackson recorded a track for music ensemble Snarky Puppy and opened for Grammy award winning blues and gospel singer Mavis Staples.

Now signed to Sony Music and based in London, she has played prestigious venues like Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club and is currently doing select festivals and gigs following the release of her new album "Grace" earlier this year.

"If the music doesn't have soul, what are you really doing? So all of my music has to come from that place initially," Jackson said.

She describes "Grace" as a "bluesy, soulful rock n' roll, torch song experience" with lyrics exploring themes such as her relationship with her biological mother on the title track to the idea of letting go of "things that no longer serve you" in song "River".

"Sometimes you have people in your life that help you. They make you strong. They're there for you. But it's only for a season... you realise you've either outgrown them or it's just not a right fit for you anymore. And the freedom of being able to let go of that and let it flow like a river," she said.

Montag, 26. September 2022

Josie: Thanks :)

id="article-body" class="row moveBodyAds" section="article-body" data-component="trackCWV"> This story is part of CNET at 25, celebrating a quarter century of industry tech and our role in telling you its story.

CNET has seen a lot of technology firsts over its 25-year history, and our reviewers have been here to test every notable new piece of hardware from the past quarter century. I've been on the product reviews team for 15 of those 25 years, and I've seen many of these first-gen products up close, from the first iPads and iPhones to the first MacBooks and HD gaming consoles.

While the technology has changed, the principles behind our product reviews have not. From the beginning, CNET reviewers have focused on not only extensive hands-on testing and benchmarking, but also on real-world use. Not just specs and features, but how a product fits into people's lives and budgets, and whether something has the potential to be truly useful and innovative, or if it's just the latest overhyped trend.

Looking back on our initial reviews of many tech "firsts," I'm pleasantly surprised to find that much of that thinking holds up, as viewed in these excerpts of key product reviews from the past 25 years. Note that in some cases, our original reviews have been swallowed by the internet memory hole or overwritten by newer updates, so we've found the closest versions possible or linked to existing copies on our sister sites. 

First flip phone 

Motorola StarTac, 1996

It's fitting that we start with the first mobile

Sonntag, 25. September 2022

Bettie: Thx :)

An Australian gym manager has revealed the diet and fitness plan behind her incredible 15-week bikini body transformation.  

Gym manager Elise Ashleigh Gucul, 29, from Taree in New South Wales, signed up for a bikini competition in a bid to grow stronger and overcome a lifelong insecurity about a deformity on her arm. 

Over the course of 15 weeks, she went from 60 to 67 kilos and is now in the best shape of her life - thanks to a hearty diet of three meals and four snacks a day, heavy weight training six days a week and hardly any cardio. 

Confirming the old adage, she said abs are mainly 'made in the kitchen' but can be enhanced with weight training, and revealed how under-eating is the biggest barrier to achieving your dream physique.

New South Wales gym manager Elise Ashleigh Gucul (pictured) transformed her body over the course of 15 weeks with weight training and next to no cardio

She saw incredible results between week one and week 15 (seen here left and right), thanks to a hearty diet plan of three meals and four snacks a day and heavy weight training six days a week

my review here)

Donnerstag, 22. September 2022

Richardpalty: wonderful info

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Freitag, 29. Juli 2022

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Samstag, 28. Dezember 2019

Christine: Thanks :)

Hi-ya, well put together web site you have going here.

Mittwoch, 21. Dezember 2016

Dani: Super!

Was ist denn da los seit der Winterpause? Freut mich, dass es auf einmal so läuft. Ihr schafft bestimmt den Klassenerhalt und vielleicht noch mehr Laughing

Samstag, 11. April 2015

Netti II: Bericht Grebendorf

Liebe Heidi, Du bist die Beste. Smile Den Bericht hätte ich nicht so positiv bringen können. Bleibt mir nur zu sagen: Mädels Kopf hoch dran bleiben!

Samstag, 24. Mai 2014

martina: 750 Spiele

Lieber Dirk, es ist richtig, dass auch Freundschafts- und Pokalspiele bei den 750 Spielen mitgezählt wurden. Turniere wurden allerdings nur als ein Spiel gezählt. Um deine Frage zu beantworten hier die Auflösung: Rechnen wir 22 Meisterschaftsspiele im Schnitt pro Jahr, dann sind wir in 29 Jahren schon bei 638 Spielen. Annette hatte natürlich das Glück keine große Verletzungspause hinnehmen zu müssen, aber die Ehrung dient vor allen Dingen jemanden der 29 Jahre jede Serie jeden Spieltag zur Verfügung stand. Viele liebe Grüße M. Röhrig

Montag, 12. Mai 2014

Dirk: 750 Spiele

Gratulieren zu dieser Anzahl an Spielen muss man schon (und tue ich damit), aber man sollte wohl fairerweise dazu sagen dass ihr jedes Freundschaftsspiel und jedes Hallenturnier (da dann halt 5 Spiele am Tag) in diese Rechnung einbeziehen müsst, um auf diese Zahl zu kommen. Sonst ist das einfach nicht möglich. Bei der Anzahl an Spielen die Frauen pro Saison haben müsste sie ja schon bald 50 Jahre spielen, um auf diese Anzahl zu kommen, wenn es nur reguläre Saisonspiele gewesen wären.


Viel interessanter wäre daher zu wissen, wie viele Ligaspiele es waren!

Sonntag, 11. Mai 2014

bina: Fotos

Hey Matthias vielen dank für deine Fotos! Sowas lässt eine Homepage erst richtig aufleben Smile

Dienstag, 24. September 2013

Simone: Gratulation

Hallo Mädels,


herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Aufstieg! Euch ein schönes, letztes und hoffentlich verletzungsfreies Spiel in der Kreisoberliga


Grüße aus Hamburg


Mittwoch, 22. Mai 2013

bina: Danke

Oh ein neues Gästebuch- ist ja noch fast blanko...Danke Hase fürs Daumen drücken und danke Heidi für Spinning Termin einstellen Wink

Donnerstag, 02. August 2012

Schoko Henner: Viel Glück

Ich drück euch für Samstag alle Daumen die ich habe !!!


Viel Glück und Erfolg wünsch ich euch

Liebe Grüße Cool

Donnerstag, 15. März 2012

TSV Ellenberg: Neues Gästebuch

Willkommen im neuen Gästebuch Laughing

Dienstag, 28. Februar 2012


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