inspiring quotes by Al Jarreau

The top 10 most inspiring quotes by Al Jarreau

  • Once you discover that you can, then you must. And it’s not easy. You have to take direct steps. You really have to count your blessings and you have to make a decided effort to not get seduced by the blues.
  • These songs are old friends I have entertained myself with when I’m washing the dishes, driving to the store and walking down the aisles. The ones that you sing when you’re driving in the car and as a singer you always go back to them.
  • Before I get out of bed, I am saying thank you. I know how important it is to be thankful.
  • I would still be singing, because it’s part of my heart and my soul, and it lifts me up. Find something you would do for free.
  • I don’t know where we got the notion that God wants us to suffer. Every living thing tends toward the good or we would have been gone a long time ago.
  • To sing the ballad with a knowingness about what you are talking about. If it’s somebody else’s lyric, and the message is a little unusual for you, it requires that you learn that new message.
  • You have to make a decided effort to not get seduced by the Blues.
  • It’s all background experience and listening and exposure. That’s why it’s so important for people today and during any time to expose your children to lots of different kinds of things.
  • I came here with something in me that I inherited from my folks. So I’m going to do something called life and times.
  • Every day is Thanksgiving.On this stage you’re going to hear God and none of them other words, and I ain’t going to touch my stuff.

Al Jarreau (1940–2017) was an American singer and musician known for his unique vocal style blending jazz, R&B, and pop. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Jarreau initially pursued a career in counseling before discovering his passion for music. He began performing in local clubs, honing his craft and gaining recognition for his improvisational skills and distinct vocal techniques.

In 1975, Jarreau released his breakthrough album, “We Got By,” which showcased his dynamic vocal range and innovative approach to jazz. He continued to achieve commercial success with albums like “Breakin’ Away” (1981), which featured the hit single “We’re in This Love Together,” and “Jarreau” (1983), which included the Grammy-winning track “Mornin’.”

Throughout his career, Jarreau received numerous accolades, including seven Grammy Awards across various categories such as jazz, pop, and R&B. His ability to effortlessly cross musical genres and connect with audiences worldwide solidified his status as one of the most versatile and beloved vocalists of his time.

Beyond his achievements in music, Jarreau was also known for his philanthropic efforts, supporting various charitable causes throughout his life. His legacy continues to inspire aspiring musicians and fans alike, showcasing the enduring power of his innovative artistry and timeless music.

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