Monday, January 15, 2024

Julia Wheaton, KJ's Hideaway, St. Paul, MN- 1/6/24

Julia Wheaton
KJ's Hideaway
St. Paul, MN
Jan. 6th, 2024

This is a "Midwest Sounds" recording (MWS277)

Lineage: Audience Recording using Zoom H2 internal mics + Soundboard > Tascam DR-60D > SD Card > Mastered in Adobe Audition > Aligned in Audacity > Track splitting using CD Wave Editor > Compressed to FLAC Level 8 using dBpoweramp > Tagged with MP3 Tag

-Feel free to re-master, share freely anywhere else, convert to MP3, just never ever sell it. Also, if you like this show, please support the artist by buying/streaming their music, buying a ticket to a show or buying merch.

-Thanks to Julia for allowing me to record.

More pictures here: Link

‘One Moment in Time’ A Tribute to Whitney Houston by Julia Wheaton

Set 1

1. Intro
2. Saving All My Love for You (Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. cover)
3. How Will I Know (Whitney Houston cover)
4. I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me) (Whitney Houston cover)
5. So Emotional (Whitney Houston cover)
6. I Believe in You and Me (Four Tops cover)
7. Where Do Broken Hearts Go (Whitney Houston cover)
8. You Give Good Love (Whitney Houston cover)
9. All the Man That I Need (Linda Clifford cover)
10. The Greatest Love of All (George Benson cover)

Set 2

1. Intro
2. I'm Every Woman (Chaka Khan cover)
3. Run to You (Whitney Houston cover)
4. I Have Nothing (Whitney Houston cover)
5. I Will Always Love You (Dolly Parton cover)
6. Queen of the Night (Whitney Houston cover)
7. One Moment in Time (Albert Hammond cover)

Julia Wheaton- Vocals
Eliza Wheaton- Harmony Vocals
Lukaz Wheaton- Piano
Dante Leyva- Saxophone, Harmony Vocals
Jun Sugiyama- Bass
Daniel Wahlstrom- Drums

Owner of a powerful voice, the singer born in Minneapolis and naturalized Brazilian, Julia Wheaton, has been thrilling audiences wherever she goes with her unique talent. The 18 year-old singer raised by a Brazilian family brought together all the authenticity and richness of her two homes, Brazil and the United States, to develop her talent. At just 5 years old, Julia, who currently lives in Cottage Grove, Minnesota, had her first contact with the music world when she learned to play the piano. But it was with the Disney movie “Frozen” that she developed her passion for singing through the theme song “Let It Go”, which she sang ‘day and night’ as she describes it. With the obvious talent, her parents started to invest in singing lessons where her voice worthy of a “Soul queen” gained strength. Singing ended up becoming her great passion and focus of life. Despite being young, Julia demonstrates an impressionable professionalism and expertise, drawing the attention of several nationally and international renowned music producers. All this talent is evident in her songs!

Tapers notes: I had been wanting to see Julia / Bloodline (her family's band) for a while now, but scheduling just hadn't allowed it. When I saw this show pop up, even though it wasn't a show of her originals, I bought tickets right away. I knew some of Whitney Houston's music, but I'm not a super fan by any means. No matter, Julia's voice and charisma made the show well worth it to me, and the band sounded amazing. Sound is really good on this one, it's a small, intimate venue that I had never been to before, but I will surely be visiting again. The sound crew was very accomodating to my request for a soundboard feed, which is very appreciated.

"Got a mind to ramble, got a mind to roam
I’m travelin’ light and I’m slow coming home"

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