Jazz vocalist, song writer and Broadway actor Gregory Porter’s voice is considered a major instrument in the art of jazz. He is a regular performer at Jazz at Lincoln Center. His debut album Water, received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Jazz Vocal and his sophomore album “Be Good” was received with rave reviews.

In his interview with iRock Jazz, Gregory Porter shares his personal musical influences, some of the best advice he has been given, the best audience he’s ever experienced and what it means to sing with understanding.


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