Jane Stuart, 2007, CD
Instrument: Female Vocals
Jazz Ruler Type: Ballads, Blues
O’s Notes: While Stuart has been singing professionally for a while, this is her first recording as a leader. Jane’s voice is well paired with these standards and her band steps up to further enhance the experience. The crisp brass solos on “Moanin'” and Kermit Driscoll’s bass solo on “Through A Long And Sleepless Night” are examples. But by no means are we suggesting that Jane’s lead is not up to par. She sings confidently from the bossa nova twist on “It Might As Well Be Spring” then swinging on “Getting To Know You” to the romance of “Angel Eyes”. We think Stewart will be back in the studio soon!
Publicist: Jazz Promo Services