Singer/actress and Riverwalk Jazz guest artist Carol Woods appears in the current musical film inspired by The Beatles, Across The Universe. In the film, Carol sings "Let It Be." After the soundtrack CD was nominated for a Grammy Award, Carol reprised her performance in the Grammy TV show last month.
This month, Carol stars in a Riverwalk Jazz show, Blues Queens, Cakewalkin’ Babies & Songbirds. Catch this show on your local public radio station or stream it from our website beginning this Thursday. Carol also appears on three Riverwalk Jazz CDs: New Year's All Star Jam, American Love Songs and Hot Jazz For A Cool Yule.
In addition to her appearances on Riverwalk Jazz, Carol has been very active acting and singing on Broadway, in television series and motion pictures. Here is a comprehensive list from Amazon.
On TV, Carol has appeared in Parent Hood, Law & Order and The Practice. Her live stage show credits include Chicago, Smokey Joe's Cafe, One Mo' Time (with Vernel Bagneris,) Follies, Blues In The Night, Stepping Out, Big River, The Full Monty and The Goodbye Girl. In films, watch for Carol in Steam, The Honeymooners, The Blues and Woody Allen's Sweet and Lowdown (in which she sings "All of Me.") Here is Carol's page on the Internet Movie Database.
Friday, March 14, 2008
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