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Sharon Clark
Jacob Fischer – guitar
Matthias Petri – bass
Tom Jensen -trommer

The critics say all you need to know about the remarkable Sharon Clark:

“Ms. Clarks sound evokes not [Billie] Holiday but rather a less operatic Sarah Vaughan fused with the more animated side of Shirley Horn, a singer who also liked to take her time. Ms. Clarks voice is rich, her phrasing unfussy, her jazz embellishments minimal. — Stephen Holden, New York Times

“The brilliant Sharn Clark . . . knows how to personalize the songs of Motown or the Beatles, no less than if they were by Gershwin or Rodgers, and offers an object lesson in how to revitalize someone else’s vintage hit in a such a way that the original artist suddenly becomes the furthest thing from the listener’s mind. . . . her show at the Metro of songs from her AM radio youth is an absolute triumph.” . . .

Like [Sarah Vaughan], her natural sound is almost operatic in its richness, but pure jazz in its improvisational sassiness. But when she brings her remarkable instrument to bear on those pop hits of the post-nuclear age, which she clearly loves, she creates something new and amazing. . . .

All of which begs an additional question: Why has Sharn Clark been so overlooked, particularly in New York, for all this time? That is surely going to change.” Will Friedwald, Wall Street Journal

“A revelation . . . I never thought I’d hear a singer with the range, musicality and command of tone and timbre that was Sarah at her best, but now I have.” JazzTimes