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Adele Zane

Singer and songwriter ADELE ZANE has performed at such prestigious New York City jazz clubs as the world famous Birdland, the hot Iridium Jazz Room and has been a regular at the cutting edge Cutting Room since it opened. Lauded by critics Zane has also performed at diverse Manhattan venues such as The Bitter End and CBGB's.

Zane released her third CD, A Stranger in Town in October 2009. Co-produced and arranged by Andrew Green it contains Zane's original, Girl at the Bar. Her second CD SO BLUE released in March of 2005 contains the original tune, Tell Me, co-written with Michelle Shaw, featuring Jim Clouse on saxophone, a heartfelt rendition of Gil Scott-Heron's Pieces of A Man and bass and vocal cuts of Cry Me A River and Tom Petty's Breakdown featuring bassist Hilliard Greene.

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