Miki Howard

Genres: R&B / Soul Vocals
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Decades: 1980s 1990s 2000s
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1962, Chicago, Illinois, USA. The former lead vocalist of Side Effect, soul/R&B singer Miki Howard combines spiritual soul music with touches of jazz singing. Before turning solo, she was a jazz session singer, working with, among others, Grover Washington Jnr. , Philip Bailey and Billy Cobham. Come Share My Love attracted comparisons with Regina Belle, while Love Confessions introduced a slick R&B sound and included ‘That’s What Love Is’, a duet with Gerald LeVert, as well as her familiar jazz stylings, best represented by her cover version of Earth, Wind And Fire’s ‘Reasons’. On Miki Howard, the singer tackled a variety of styles, including a swingbeat reworking of Aretha Franklin’s ‘Until You Come Back To Me (That’s What I’m Gonna Do)’. Her ballads revealed an emotional depth to match her vocal range and technical abilities. Femme Fatale included cover versions of Billie Holiday’s ‘Good...

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