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Jenny Davis

“Blessed with a dynamic and well-ranged vocal, Davis grabs ahold of the listener with magnificent arrangements and talented interpretations of jazz standards." -Editor's Pick, Smother When Jenny Davis sings, she holds the listener in the palm of her hand. From the first clear note of each song to the silence that lingers at the last, Jenny captivates audiences with her lush vocals, sophisticated phrasing and her love of jazz. Jenny has forged her craft as jazz vocalist, composer, producer and educator the old-fashioned way, through years of hard work and study. With the release of her latest CD It Amazes Me, Jenny is at the top of her form

Rearranged

Label: Three Penny Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Aceptar; And What If I Don’t; Come With Me; Rearranged; Yeoman Wanders; Invitation; Saying Yes; Calling You; Answer The Call; Gemini Tango; Wake Up; Rearranged String Quartet version).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jenny Davis: Rearranged

Read "Rearranged" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The first listen is simply heating the snifter to introduce the complex and commanding music made as essence to the listener. The second and subsequent listenings consumes the musical liquor of the talent and vision of vocalist and composer Jenny Davis, who reveals a very sophisticated creative method existing at the triple point of her singing, ...

Inside You

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2010

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jenny Davis: Inside You

Read "Inside You" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Jenny Davis' It Amazes Me (Self Produced, 2006) was a relaxed tuneful affair employing a crack quintet capable of multiple layers of musicianship. For Inside You, Davis whittles her quintet to a duo, featuring her regular guitarist Chuck Easton, and bassist Ted Enderle, furnishing a stripped-down swing that depends on its own momentum with which to ...

It Amazes Me

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2006
Track listing: It Don

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jenny Davis: It Amazes Me

Read "It Amazes Me" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Jenny Davis is a Seattle-based jazz vocalist who lives in Port Townsend, Washington. She studied with jazz vocalist Beth Winter and graduated cum laude from Cornish College, where she was awarded the prestigious Maggie Hawthorne Scholarship. While she was still a student, Davis formed a jazz trio, sang lead vocals for JIm Knapp's Big Band and ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jenny Davis: It Amazes Me

Read "It Amazes Me" reviewed by Jim Santella

In a relaxed, acoustic setting with jazz standards filling the room, Seattle vocalist Jenny Davis combines her comfortable demeanor with a throwback charm that recalls those who have come before. Through her lyric interpretations and wordless scat singing, we can feel the distant memories of masters like Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee and Mel Tormé. ...


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