Quickly becoming one of the most buzzed about jazz singers on the New York scene, Marianne Solivan does not remember an "ah-ha" moment that brought her to the music she has devoted herself to: "I don't recall having a big moment that made me like jazz. I just dug it."
It is that same simplicity of statement with its intrinsic honesty that characterizes Solivan's style. The infallible swing of Ella, the daring of Betty Carter, the matter-of factness of Carmen McCraeThey can all be found in the voice of Marianne Solivan, whom trumpeter Jeremy Pelt has called "the modern-day paradigm to which all singers should aspire."
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