Reflections (A Beatles Tribute)
The Flute and Voice of Libbie Jo
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I did a interview with host Guy Towe on LA Talk Radio. It includes unreleased original songs of mine. Guy is a great talk show. We laughed a lot, talked about music and what was going on in L.A. with both of us in the 60's and 70's. So sit back, take off your shoes, turn off the lights, light a candle and listen. Here's the link.
Current performances: Flute Soloist at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles; Guest Artist with Bobby Matos at the Crown Plaza Hotel Jazz Room; Guest Flutist with Sevi D at The Mint; Flutist/Vocalist, Pat Cormick Ensemble, San Luis Obispo; Garden of L.A. County Museum of Art- 9/11 Memorial Service. Crown Plaza Hotel, LAX Jazz Room with jazz flutist and be-bop vocalist Sam Most.
Harvey Kubernick in "Canyon Of Dreams," released Oct. 2009, featured Libbie Jo in his section titled "Elegant People" along with Joni Mitchell. Named "Jazz Critic's Choice" by City Beat Los Angeles, reviewer Kirk Silsbee says, "Not only does Libbie Jo Snyder's sublime flute have a vocal quality, her singing is awfully close to her playing. The weight in her timbre, the subtle vibrato, the sure-toned held notes signify that she's at one with her instrument."
Recently, she has played on the soundtrack of the film "The Eastsiders" with music score by Los Angeles jazz icon Buddy Collette.
Her CD "The Flute & Voice of Libbie Jo," produced by pianist Jane Getz, was a finalist in an international jazz competition sponsored by Sony International and includes a bossa nova, "Summer At Last" featured in the film "Made Up," winner at the Santa Barbara Film Festival.