Evelyn Rubio


“Crossing Borders” Album Review by Jazz Weekly

JULY 23rd, 2020 – Vocalist and alto saxist Evelyn Rubio delivers a wide ranging rhythmic album that includes rootsy guitarist David Grissom, (John Mellencamp) and Josh Sklair of Etta James fame. You get some swampy Memphis stews, therefore with a gritty voice and attitude on “One More Last Time” and[…]

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“Crossing Borders” Album Review by Paris Move

JULY 15th, 2020 – FRENCH: Le passage de frontières fournit le titre idoine à ce nouvel album de la chanteuse et saxophoniste (soprano, alto, ténor) Evelyn Rubio. Native d’un faubourg sinistré de Mexico, elle y fut poussée sur scène toute jeune, avant d’être recrutée en raison de ses talents précoces[…]

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“Crossing Borders” Review by Chicago Blues Guide

JULY 2nd, 2020 – Houston-based Evelyn Rubio’s musical road is most interesting. She was a child TV star in her native Mexico, traveled the world in musical theater companies and returned home to become a rocker before moving to America after falling in love with the blues. Most recently, she’s[…]

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Album Review by Rock and Blues Muse with Martine Ehrenclou

Fans who have been following Evelyn Rubio’s work since her 1999 debut Evelyn Automarginados, will find the powerful and stirring blues-funk of her latest release, Crossing Borders, no surprise. For the rest of us, it’s about as pleasing a revelation as you could wish for. Crossing Borders is released on the SeaSpeed Productions label[…]

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