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Susan Krebs

Primary Instrument: Vocalist

Born: July 1    

Susan Krebs

Latest Release: “Everything Must Change”, the newest recording from Susan and her longtime collaborators, Rich Eames and Jerry Kalaf, is a departure from their enthusiastically received [Jazz Aviary] concept recording (2007). Joined by the deeply simpatico Ryan McGillicuddy and Chuck Manning, the Susan Krebs Band made music together one recent summer: “We had some seriously good fun!” says Susan. “I chose tunes which I’d been living with for a while, musically mulling in my garden and on long walks - tunes which resonate with me in a very personal way, with the title tune. “Everything Must Change”, guiding the feel of the album and reflecting the tenor of the times we live in.” The collaborative nature of the project can be heard throughout the recording. “Mostly, it felt that the music just arrived, ya know?,” says Susan. There is an immediacy and an intimacy to this recording which reflect the spirited sessions which make up “Everything Must Change”. The final track on the album, “Are Ya Havin’ Any Fun?” leaves no doubt about the grand summer fun these folks had: “It’s our feel- good single for challenging and changing times!”, offers Susan....
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    Everything Must Change

    GreenGig Music
    2012

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NEW Reviews for “Everything Must Change”:

“From Baltimore to Los Angeles, as an actor or singer, Susan Krebs - the self- professed “jazz gardener” - likes to dig, cultivate, grow, and flourish. Krebs' music wraps itself around the listener like a big hug. How can one not enjoy the whole grain, organic pleasure of jazz classics about spring, love, flowers, and stars? These are eight tunes that clearly provide considerable meaning, direction, and personal reflection for Krebs. They're the kind of songs that allow for plaintive, soothing contemplation. Whether a Cole Porter classic (”What Is This Thing Called Love?”) or Billy Strayhorn tune (”A Flower is a Lovesome Thing”), the songs don't rush things...

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