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Cris Barber, 2007
|Birth name||Christina Annette Howard|
May 6, 1961 |
Los Angeles, California, United States
|Genres||jazz, quiet storm, adult contemporary|
|Labels||37 Records (2004–present)|
|Associated acts||Steven McClintock|
Cris Barber is an American jazz singer on the 37 Records label. Cris won the Orange County Music Award for Best Jazz in 2004, and received nominations in 2005, 2006 and 2008. She was nominated for a Southern California Music Award in 2006 in the same category.
On November 22, 2010, Cris released her first Christmas album entitled "A Taste of Christmas", featuring arrangements by Lindsey Hundley.
- Among Friends (2000)
- Nobody Else But Me (2004)
- Comes Love (2006)
- This Moment to Be Free (2008)
- A Taste of Christmas (2010)
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