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Gracie Terzian

Ted Gioia, jazz critic and author of History of Jazz, calls her “a genuine talent” and ICON Magazine says “she’s a beguiling singer and modern song stylist with an astute sense of swing.”

A native of the Washington, DC area, Gracie Terzian is a singer, songwriter, ukulelist and actor now living in New York City. She recently gained attention in the jazz world with the release of her debut EP, Saints and Poets, co-written with pianist Wells Hanley and produced by Mike Tynan. The EP debuted at #23 on the Billboard jazz charts and quickly became the #3 jazz album on iTunes. As an ukulelist, she is known for playing unusual instruments, including the harp ukulele and electric ukulele.

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”Gracie Terzian is a genuine talent. I especially admire her knack in shaping the lyrics.” -Ted Gioia

“Don’t let the cool, sophisticated surface of Saints and Poets fool you: Gracie Terzian is a deep-dyed romantic who tells her tales of modern love with quiet delicacy and an inborn musicality that’s impossible to overlook. Of such debuts are great careers made.” -Terry Teachout

“With an abundance of charm, jazz-pop vocalist Gracie Terzian introduces herself as a reliably authentic chanteuse on her calling card EP, Saints and Poets. She’s a beguiling singer and modern song stylist with an astute sense of swing.” -ICON Magazine

“Young jazz chanteuses tend to throw themselves in an audience’s direction, but not Terzian

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