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Fri October 12, 2007
By Brian Clardy
Murray, KY – Jazz singer Kelley Johnson not only maintains a low profile: playing in Seattle Jazz clubs and giving private vocal lessons, but she also maintains constant admiration from critics who compare her Crisp, Clearly Executed, and Relaxed Jazz Vocals to legendary artists like Carmen McRae, Abbey Lincoln, and Ella Fitzgerald. A critic from The Seattle Weekly said, She's the kind of artist you can lose yourself in for an evening. Commentator, Dr. Brian Clardy lost himself one evening at a music store when he discovered one of her albums In fact, he's never been the same.
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