Born: March 3
Cindy Scott's debut CD should make anyone take notice, says New York recording artist Roseanna Vitro.
Cindy Scott has a warm, sexy tone with clear presentation of lyrics and attention to melody. In her singing can be heard the influences of well-known jazz artists Sarah Vaughn and Karrin Allyson, with a touch of Ricki Lee Jones mixed in. She either swings hard or floats dreamily, depending on the song. Scott's passion for jazz comes out in her delivery and endears her to her listeners.
Scott was born into a family of musicians. She studied classical flute and attended Louisiana State University on a music scholarship. Then, as an exchange student in Germany, she discovered jazz. While studying abroad, Scott began singing with a German trio in the jazz cellars of the Black Forest. German native Thomas Gunther, now pianist for the Chicago Jazz Ensemble, remembers working with Scott fondly. Her timing and phrasing was that of an old, experienced jazz singer, very uncommon for someone only 21 years old....
- Historia by C. Michael Bailey
- Let The Devil Take Tomorrow by Dan Bilawsky
- Major to Minor by Roger Crane
“A record which should make anyone take notice. Congratulations.” Roseanna Vitro, veteran recording artist and jazz vocalist
“Beautiful pitch, great time (which I believe is almost everything) nice players & arrangements too -very good!!! Hard to believe you've not been 'at it' for very long, you also sound so natural, great voice!” Karrin Allyson, Concord Jazz recording artist and grammy nominee
If you dig poignant melody beautifully expressed, Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye is alone worth the price of admission. Frank Dorritie, two-time grammy winning producer
“The arrangements and execution are superb, as are Scott's vocals...
LocationNew Orleans, LA
Credentials/BackgroundTeach Jazz Vocal Ensemble at the University of New Orleans. Teach jazz and pop vocals privately to all ages and levels. Specialize in improvisation and vocal technique specifically for pop, r&b and jazz styles.