Susie Butler's own conversion from singing in church to jazz began while attending
the University of Alabama where she was studying to be an actress and broadcaster. After moving to the Bay Area, marrying and raising children, Susie was singing around the Bay Area and the musicians in the band started telling her she sounded
more like Sarah Vaughan than Ella Fitzgerald. With her four-octave range and
resonance combined with a physical resemblance, she took the challenge and
began her own musical transformation.
Society. In 2003, Susie Butler and Dr. Mona V. Scott, were instrumental in making March 27th Sarah Lois Vaughan Day, in the cities of San Francisco and Berkeley, California.
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