Sandy Nitch, vocalist and band leader, has been performing professionally since 2007. Sandy has continued to nuture her creative side by working to improve her technique through voice training, instrument lessons, private art lessons, group studies and more. Sandy's love of music has allowed her to be able to sing music from most any genre.
Since finding her niche Sandy has both managed and performed with a 16 piece orchestra. And, currently sings with a duo, trio and quartet while guesting with other bands as time allows. She additionally provides voice-over work for WZPH--a local radio station. Sandy recorded two new albums in 2012—“Maybe You’ll Be There” a mix of jazz, blues and pop and “From Vegas With Love” a great mixture of jazz standards and ballads. Sandy is a published poet, a multi-medium artist and she strives to nurture her creative side by always continuing to learn and see things through a different lens.
Sandy is often compared to Julie London, Diana Krall and even Karen Carpenter and when performing jazz—her vocal styling and sensitivity is that of a saxophone player—very smooth. Recently, Sandy began working with friends to create music that can be enjoyed by everyone by incorporating music from multi-generations and giving it her own spin. Sandy brings a mixed bouquet of jazz, blues, and pop with her wherever she goes, but don’t be afraid to ask her and her friends for a little bit of country. - See more at: http://www.sandynitch.com