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Jeanie Bryson

Sultry, soulful, hypnotic, rare---there is no shortage of adjectives to describe Jeanie Bryson, whose extraordinary singing voice is at once reminiscent of Billie Holiday and Peggy Lee, and uniquely modern, original and inviting. It is her unerring sense of swing that most defines Jeanie's style. She is best known for her warm, velvety sound and impeccable phrasing - "She has created a performance language rare in its ability to portray desire and humor", writes Peter Watrous in the New York Times. When he says "the effect is intimacy", he's right on. It feels like being cuddled in front of a smoldering fire when Jeanie Bryson sings. Hardly surprising given her musical pedigree; she's the daughter of legendary jazz great Dizzy Gillespie and gifted songwriter Connie Bryson

ARTICLE: RADIO

A Musical Tribute To Caffeine

Read "A Musical Tribute To Caffeine" reviewed by H William Stine

Caffeine—voted the #3 most popular way to stay awake during my show—right after thinking of words that rhyme with “constellation" and reliving your latest root canal (I'll let you figure out the order). Two hours of songs about coffee and tea and the singers who enjoy them, plus, to sweeten the cup, I've tossed in several ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Jeanie Bryson to Perform at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center This Weekend

Jeanie Bryson to Perform at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center This Weekend

New York City premiere of “The Dizzy Gillespie Songbook," Friday & Saturday Nov 30 & Dec. 1 at 8pm, $25 / seniors, students $15 The Dizzy Gillespie legacy lives on! His daughter, vocalist Jeanie Bryson, brings her acclaimed evening to Tribeca Performing Arts Center on Nov 30 and Dec 1 at 8 pm. Jeanie Bryson, whose ...

Deja Blue

Label: KOCH International Jazz
Released: 2001
Track listing: Deja Blue; Poetry Man; It's So Nice to Have a Man Around the House; I'd Like to be Baby to You; Sadness; I Told You I Love You, Now Get Out; Azure Te; Hello It's Me; Bittersweet Surrender; Now Or Never; Do You Sometimes Think Of Us?; Con Alma/Am I Blue?.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jeanie Bryson: Deja Blue

Read "Deja Blue" reviewed by Jim Santella

One of today's top jazz singers, Jeanie Bryson delivers convincingly with down-home expression. Lucid lyrics, comfortable phrasing, and mellow harmony make her session easy to like. Her warm, seductive style continues to recall Peggy Lee. Jazz & blues, swing & cabaret, R&B and pop “" she's a natural for all aspects of vocal music. Bryson's fourth ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jeanie Bryson: Deja Blue

Read "Deja Blue" reviewed by Dave Nathan

For her 4th album, Jeanie Bryson has moved from Telarc label to Koch which has provided a more comfortable framework for her calm, but often sensual, vocal style. Too long seen - - and unfairly so - - as a Peggy Lee clone, she comes into her own on this album. No doubt, there is a ...


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