Hollywood, CA - Actress and recording artist, CYNTHIA BASINET (aka c. basinet) known for hits like "Santa Baby" and "Tea for Two" featured in "ENTERTAINMENT: DIVAS, CABARET, JAZZ THEN AND NOW" book, now available thru Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
Book excerpt: "Cynthia Basinet is a phenomenon; a mesmerizing woman with an infinity of talents, visions and intriguing entrepreneurial activities. Unquestionably, Cynthia's voice is one of the most strikin …
Legendary jazz greats Sonny Rollins and McCoy Tyner were honored at the GRAMMY Salute To Jazz. in Los Angeles. The event featured a cocktail reception, live performances and appearances by the honorees and the Gibson/Baldwin GRAMMY Jazz Ensembles. Introductions were made by Neil Tesser and Master of Ceremonies Bill Cosby.
Cosby, also a Philadelphia native shared his deep belief and felt influences from jazz with the audience in his usual great comedic styling.. Al
Time: 4:30 ET Date: 12.19.05 Where: Jay Thomas Show (2-6pm ET / Channel 103)
Subject: Cynthia "c." Basinet brings her story of a Nobel nom, her music including the #1 hit, "Santa Baby" and the trip in between.
"Santa Baby" from the CD, "For You With Love" available on iTune
Recording artist and actress Cynthia "C" Basinet is among this years Nobel Peace Prize nominees. Known for her hit "Santa Baby," this talented musician is also a humanitarian. She is honored for drawing attention to the plight of 200,000 refugees living in the Western Sahara desert. The refugee camps are 80% women and children, and their plight touches Basinet deeply as a woman, and a single mother. Only 12 women have ever won the Peace prize (80 men and 12 organizations have garnered
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Actress, jazz artist Cynthia "c." Basinet among Nobel Peace Prize nominees
Hollywood, CA - Cynthia Basinet, and 39 others from the United States, are among the 1,000 women from around the world who have been collectively nominated for this year's Nobel Peace Prize, as part of a novel project meant to highlight their work for a better future.
Nominee Basinet, while best known as an actress and jazz artist -