Christine Tobin

Born 7 January 1963.
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Christine Tobin - Interview with Jamie Cullum

Jazz singer-songwriter Christine Tobin talks to Jamie about her career and influences.

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Christine Tobin is an Irish born vocalist and composer from Dublin who has been part of the London jazz and improvising scene since the second half of the 1980s. She has been influenced by a diverse range of singers and writers including Betty Carter, Bessie Smith, Leonard Cohen, Olivier Messiaen, Miles Davis and poets WB Yeats, Paul Muldoon and Eva Salzman. She has established a reputation as a unique presence on the jazz scene with original songs, style and interpretative or original lyrics.

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