More Love Band 
featuring The Loveless Duo 

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Smooth Jazz, Standards
Guitarist, Juan C. Moreno 
Drummer, Danny Trujillo
Pianist, Art Torres
Bassist, Will Harris
Will Harris has worked all over the world. He has played on the road with Lou Rawls, Johnny Taylor, Lucky Peterson, Jeff Healy and Marlena Shaw. He played in the Montreal Jazz festival three times.
Danny has worked for over seven years with "The Vels"  a Dallas/ Fort Worth oldies group. This R & B percussionist loves to jam those driving dance tunes.
Partial Jazz Song List:
Art is a dynamic keyboard player, his riffs will keep you coming back for more!  His background vocals add to the rich harmonies of the band. Once you have heard his original style, you will be hooked for life.  
Juan worked professionally 
for over 30 years in Vene-
zuela playing a variety of styles, settings and venues.  He has shared the stage with jazz musicians Bobby Shew, Bernard Wright, and Spanish classical guitar ensemble Los Hermanos Romero.
A House Is Not A Home
At Last
Been So Long
Candy Man
Everything Must Change
Fairy Tales
Feel So Good
Fly Me to the Moon
Here and Now
I Wanna Be Around
It's Impossible
Lady Love
Mona Lisa
My Funny Valentine
Never Too Much
One in a Million
Saint's Go Marching In
Sentimental Journey
Stormy Weather
Summertime
Summerwind
Sunny
Sweet Love
Take Five
That's Amore
The Way
This Masquerade
Tonight I Celebrate My Love
Unforgettable
What You Won't Do for Love
You'll Never Find Another Love

Yvette Loveless singing smooth and sassy.
The Meaning of Jazz:
The origin of the word jazz is one of the most sought-after word origins in modern American English. The word's intrinsic interest — the American Dialect Society named it the Word of the Twentieth Century — has resulted in considerable research, and its history is well-documented. As discussed in more detail below, jazz began as a West Coast slang term around 1912, the meaning of which varied but which did not refer to music or sex. Jazz came to mean jazz music in Chicago around 1915. The music was played in New Orleans prior to that time but was not called jazz.

Yvette Loveless has wanted to sing full time for as long as she can remember.  Her dream has finally been realized. For the year of 2010 "The Duo" sung at over 300 gigs. Yvette is influenced by the soul of Aretha Franklin, the raspy voice of Gladys Knight and the moans of Donny Hathaway, Yvette sings gospel, R&B, jazz and standards.  She  enjoys singing with her wild and crazy hubby, James Loveless.  Together they create a dynamite team that explodes during their performances, keeping audiences on the 
edge of their seats.

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