Stephanie Rebecca | Deep Inside of Me

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Deep Inside of Me

by Stephanie Rebecca

"Young Jazz Singer with an Old Soul! She performs the “classic standards” with her own Style and Flair! Her music really Swings!”
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. My Romance
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2. What'll I Do?
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3. Corcovado
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4. The Nearness of You
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5. The Way You Look Tonight
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6. So Many Stars
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7. On Green Dolphin Street
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8. Fotografia
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9. They Can't Take That Away from Me
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10. The Very Thought of You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Rhythm Universal Records, recording artist, Stephanie Rebecca, comes out of (believe it or not!), Ketchikan, Alaska, “swinging hard”! Born in Sitka, Alaska in 1984, Stephanie spent her musical formative years in the vibrant arts community of Ketchikan. Jazz was always a major element in her upbringing, beginning with announcing songs on her Dad’s long running public radio show, “Sunday Jazz.”

Stephanie continued her musical instruction with elementary music teacher and trumpeter, Dale Curtis, and was cultivated by the McPherson jazz bands. Stephanie's vocal talent was first revealed by Ketchikan's "First City Players' Jazz Cabaret" performances.

Relocating to Washington, DC early in 2012, Stephanie met and began working with jazz artist, band leader, drummer, producer and musical director “EC3” after performing at the HR-57 jazz club. Deep Inside of Me is the culmination of months of collaboration with EC3 and a group of top flight musicians including Mark Saltman (bass), William Knowles and Sammy Manguia (piano), Teddy Baker (tenor sax), Dominique Patrick Noel (percussion), Arch “AT” Thompson (flute), and Clynt Hyson, Dominique Patrick Noel, and Laura Sosa (additional vocals). With the release of this debut CD, 28 year-old Stephanie Rebecca enters the world of professional jazz vocalists singing these great standards hailing back decades before her birth with a panache and style all her own. She is, in the words of many, ‘an old soul’ in a young frame.

Stephanie is quickly becoming known as Southeast Alaska’s First Lady of Jazz with her natural delivery of pure rich tones under a tidal current of swing. Still in her twenties, she’s been compared to singers like Sara Vaughan, Diana Krall, and Norah Jones. Truly a must see and hear!

Stephanie, frequently, performs at HR57 in Washington DC, and will be a special guest of EC3’s at Blues Alley
on March 6, 2013, in Georgetown.


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Karen

Love this "old soul!"
I could listen to this all day! Amazing to hear a young woman with her own soulful, natural take on these standards. Looking forward to hearing more from her in the future!

WILLIAM TATSUDA

I LOVE HER VOICE
I LOVE STEPHANIE REBECCA'S VOICE. VERY NICE VOCAL INTERPRETATIONS OF THESE OLD STANDARDS. TOP NOTCH BACKUP MUSICIANS. EXCITING NEW ARTIST. SO YOUNG, BUT SO MUCH DEPTH.

Martin

Uncommon, rare voice quality, quite a treat!
An enjoyable fresh take on some of the best standards ever... Stephanie Rebecca steps a few of these up to a place we've never heard them before. Warms my heart! Bravo!