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Becca Stevens says her new album, Perfect Animal, ended up "exactly how it was meant to be."
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April 18, 2015 Stevens says it was hard to let go of her quest for perfection. But after a long creative process, Perfect Animal ended up "exactly how it was meant to be."
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Tillery. L-R: Rebecca Martin, Gretchen Parlato, Becca Stevens.
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September 27, 2011 Three of today's top jazz vocalists keep open lines to singer-songwriter folk and modern R&B. Together, Rebecca Martin, Gretchen Parlato and Becca Stevens sing and strum their trio arrangements of original tunes and select covers.
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