Critics have described Joyce Breach's vocalizing as everything from peachy to warm honey. She's allured crowds to supper clubs for first-hand experiences from New York to San Francisco. Breach grew up listening to and admiring Rosemary Clooney, Doris Day, Peggy Lee, Judy Garland, Sarah Vaughan, Abbey Lincoln, and Frank Sinatra; noting their phrasing and inflections, but not to the point of cloning, she has her own indelible style. Born in Alameda, CA, she was raised in Kansas City, MO. She settled in Pittsburgh, PA, after attending West Virginia University. The singer made a name for herself in the '80s and enjoyed a loyal following in Steel Town before relocating to the Big Apple, where she has made even bigger strides wowing audiences and reviewers at some of Manhattan's top clubs. Her no nonsense, unfrilled vocals have been recorded ...
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