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Jazz Musician of the Day: Sue Tucker

Jazz Musician of the Day: Sue Tucker

All About Jazz is celebrating Sue Tucker's birthday today! JAZZ MUSICIAN OF THE DAY Sue TuckerI come from a family of known jazz musicians. “My father, Jack Oatts, was one of the first jazz educators in Iowa. Music was always around... mostly jazz." My brothers, Jim and Dick Oatts... ...


Article: Album Review

Sue Tucker: Back Home

Read "Back Home" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

For her third album, singer Sue Tucker wanted to try something different. Her concept was to explore a more earthy jazz vocal album in which “jazz meets the gravel road" through the use of rhythm guitar instead of drums. She was also seeking less familiar tunes with great melodies and lyrics that apply to today's environment--and ...


Article: Album Review

Sue Tucker: May I Come In

Read "May I Come In" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Good things come in small packages! With May I Come In, Minnesota jazz singer Sue Tucker provides nine standards and two original compositions with a first class group of musicians. She harkens back to an era when girl singers, like Chris Connor or June Christy, just sang without gimmicks or artifice, melisma or multi-tracking. Also, there ...


Article: Album Review

Sue Tucker: Meant for You

Read "Meant for You" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Sue Tucker is one of the ever growing group of jazz singers who avoid vocal histrionics having adopted an unembellished straightforward approach to delivering the tunes they sing. There's no scatting, swooping or heavy breathing associated with their performances. They rely on fresh arrangements of standard material and are absolute masters of knowing how to enhance ...


Article: Album Review

Sue Tucker: Meant For You

Read "Meant For You" reviewed by Mathew Bahl

I have to admit that, for very superficial reasons, I did not have high expectations for Sue Tucker's Meant for You. An unknown Minnesota-based singer performing standards on a CD produced, engineered, manufactured and distributed by the singer and her husband. It had the feel of a housewife's vanity project. The CD packaging is not exactly ...


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