In the Pacific Northwest, where she built her career, Greta Matassa wins wide acclaim; four times, the readers of Earshot, the Seattle jazz magazine, have voted her the best jazz vocalist in the Northwest. Jim Wilke, the Seattle jazz maven and host of the syndicated Jazz After Hours radio program, praises her versatility. She has a fearlessness in approaching material,” Wilke says, that makes her like an instrumentalist in a jam session.” Seattle Times critic Misha Berson described Matassa as a vocal chameleon who can sound husky or crisp, ebullient or wailing, girlish or jaded.” Matassa displays all of those aspects of her talent in this live recording made at Bake's Place, a small club in Redmond, across Lake Washington from Seattle....
Source: Doug Ramsey
Awards4 time winner of "Best jazz vocalist in the Northwest" by Earshot Jazz
I Wanna Be LovedResonance Records
All This And Heaven Too: Live At Bake's PlaceResonance Records
Got A Song That I SingResonance Records
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