Sue Sheriff Jazz

“She sings with a light, swinging feel, a conversational lilt, and a smile in her voice. Her splendid musicians give her an airy cushion. The repertoire is choice. Sue’s CD is reassuring proof that it is never too late to capture a dream.” – James Gavin


Jazz in my Livingroom with Sue Sheriff Episode 2

Sue Sheriff sings "Speak Low" by Kurt Weill featuring Tony Gaboury on guitar and Tom Bucci on bass.

Jazz in my Livingroom with Sue Sheriff- Episode 1

This premier episode features the John Coltrane song, "Naima" with Sue Sheriff-vocals, Kelly Muse on keyboards and Jim Lyden on bass.


About Sue Sheriff’s Music

Sue Sheriff is a vocal jazz musician who performs all over New England. She has entertained audiences young and old since she was six.

Her latest album, Better Than Anything, was released on April 15, 2016. It is full of her favorite classic jazz pieces, from Devil May Care to The Lonely Night (Night Lights) and more. Read the Reviews page for more, or buy the album on iTunesAmazon Music, and CD Baby, or listen to it on Spotify.

For more about Sue, see Events & News or read about Sue N’ Blue. Feel free to contact her via email, phone, or Facebook. She encourages you to enjoy many of the free music tracks she has shared on this site.