Sue Kent

Sing My Song (Lazy Cat)

Sue Kent started to sing professionally when she was 15 years old. Her singing became well-known in the Chicago area when she joined the Bill LaBrose Orchestra, which became Inner Circle. Eventually, Sue moved to Phoenix, Arizona. She formed a new band, Windsong, which became Sue Kent & Jazz It Up. In 1998 she recorded her first CD, Changing Direction. It was released in 2001 and re-released in 2011. On June 9, 2019, Sue released Sing My Song, an album consisting of all original material.

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Sue Kent -- lead vocals, harmonies, keyboards
Jay Soto -- guitar (track 4)
Hiro Ogawa -- keyboards (track 4)
John Levno -- trumpet, saxophone, flute (tracks 2,3,6)
Tom Mein -- guitar (tracks 2,10)
Jason Meekins -- drums (tracks 1,4,5,7,8,11)
Jeffrey Schwartz -- drums (tracks 2,3,4,6,10)
Charles Berthoud -- bass (tracks 5,7,8,9)
songs written by Sue Kent & Jeffrey Schwartz except
"About You" written by Marc Crolla & Sue Kent
Blake Bratton -- organ (track 7)
Mark Broder -- piano (track 3)
Peter Milanovic -- horns (track 7)
Klaus Hugl -- keyboards (tracks 2,6,10)
Ken "Skinny" Bishop -- bass (track 3)
Shea Marshall -- flute (track 10)
Rob Wagoner -- bass (tracks 2,6,10)

Track Listing

  1. Sing My Song
  2. Say It's Not Too Late
  3. I Don't Need The Blues
  4. About You
  5. Is This Love
  6. New Love (Is Already Here)
  7. Leap Of Faith
  8. I'm All Smiles
  9. Autumn (In My Heart)
  10. Sweet Love
  11. Sing My Song (reprise)

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