Can you put it on the scales, please? http://xnxx.promo/ xndxx Consequently the 19-year old Quebecoise, Nikki Yanofsky, a singer who came to fame with her uncanny impersonation of Ella Fitzgerald, brought her new soul band to the cavernous Capitole Theatre. She played upbeat versions of “Killing Me Softly” and “Let The Good Times Roll” to an adoring public, not disappointing her older fans with some old-school scat singing and the ballad “You’ve Changed” but also satisfying her younger audience with some impressively delivered Amy Winehouse covers. The Festival’s director Gino Ste-Marie introduced her as the Tiger Woods of jazz – someone who would change jazz and its fan-base as much as the Woods had changed golf. It’s a big claim, but like festival organisers the world over, he is keen to change the demographic of his core audience, with more young fans, and more international visitors.