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Saturday, August 5, 2017

Art After 5: Michelle Lordi

Last night I decided to head to the Philadelphia Museum of Art to see Art After 5. I'm glad I went because Michelle Lordi was amazing! She is a jazz singer and her voice was smooth, silky, and left chills down my spine. Have a listen for yourself.

Everyone was dancing along with her soulful voice, even the elderly were dancing and filming her as well. However, I loved watching the little kids sway and bounce along with Michelle.

Before I left for the evening, I pre-ordered her digital album that is being released in October. I am excited to get her album because I loved her style. Michelle also posed with me for a picture - she was such a sweet person!

I love being a member of the Philadelphia Museum of Art! Art After 5 is a great way to spend a Friday evening! 


  1. Hi, Jessica Marie!

    Membership in the Philadelphia Museum of Art has its privileges and, month after month, year after year, you take full advantage. I enjoy a good jazz combo now and then, and Michelle Lordi and her musicians are very entertaining. If there were some very elderly folks in the crowd, they probably remember hearing the original version of "Dream A Little Dream of Me" recorded in 1931 by bandleader Ozzie Nelson, the dad of singing teen idol Ricky Nelson. The song is best known to entry level seniors like me as a 1968 solo hit by Mama Cass of The Mamas & The Papas.

    Lucky you for having the chance to pose with every singer and band you go to see!

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend, dear friend JM!

    1. Hi Shady,

      Didn't Ella Fitzgerald also sing "Dream A Little Dream of Me?" I remember loving Ella's rendition, though the Nelson brothers' rendition is beautiful too.

      I hope you had a great weekend, dear friend. Have a great week ahead!