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new york city
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Musical Artist
Tell us a little about your background...
Vicki Burns is a jazz singer who has been delighting audiences in the Bay Area for years. A vocalist with impeccable taste, a sure sense of rhythm and a glorious tone, she infuses each song with heartfelt expression, digging into the lyrics and melody for their richest interpretation. No wonder the great jazz drummer, Max Roach once described Vicki's singing as "..a gold mine..! " Others have variously described Vicki's vocals as "..spectacular, yet soothing.." and "..smooth as silk..." Originally from New England, she has brought her unique song styling to clubs, concerts and special events throughout the San Francisco Area and now to New York City. San Francisco performance venues have included: Yoshi's, The Plush Room, Enrico's, Downtown, Shanghai 1930, Little Saigon, Cafe Trieste, Bistro Yoffi, Anna's Jazz Island and Jordan's at the Claremont Hotel in the San Francisco Bay Area. In September 2008, Vicki released her first live CD as an exclusive digital release available from Entitled Vicki Burns Quartet "Live At Anna's Jazz Island" it has received airplay nationwide and garnered praise form such luminaries as Scott Yanow who says : "Vicki Burns has a limitless future. Her very attractive voice, versatile style and infectious delivery combine to give her her own memorable sound.” John Gilbert of says: ”Vicki Burns does indeed 'burn' on this recording. The stars were aligned just right when she was blessed with a singing voice that was made for the jazz idiom.” PPI Radio Award/National Radio Award 2008 for the radio series "Jazz on the Bay", hosted by Melanie O'Reilly and features interviews and the music of jazz musicians/vocalists of the Bay Area as well as international jazz artists such as Dave Brubeck, Marion Mc Partland, Chick Corea, and James Moody. The winning series included "Women of jazz on the Bay, " which featured artists such as Vicki Burns, Anna de Leon, Susan Muscarella, Frankye Kelly, Tammy Hall, Faye Carroll,and Denise Perrier. In March of 2004, Vicki released her debut CD which features original music, lyrics and arrangements of both familiar and unusual standards. Entitled "Siren Song" it was produced by Vicki and the acclaimed flugal hornist, Dmitri Matheny, who also arranges some of the material. Matheny describes Vicki's voice as a ".. wonderful, rich instrument.. and says that it was a ..pleasure to work with her on this project..!" Jazz critic Dan Ouellette says that she "..succeeds with rapturous, mystical beauty..."
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At 10:24am on November 14, 2009, Shawn Williams gave vicki burns a gift
You are the greatest singer ever!
At 9:13pm on June 12, 2009, Special Blendz said…
Hi Vicki! Sorry it took me forever to respond, but I have just been so busy that I haven't had any times for the boards! My sisters still live in Saco, and I get up there at least once or twice a year. You all had some winter these past two years!!! How much snow did you get in Houlton? One of my dorm roommates lived in Houlton, and she picked potatoes every year!

Hope the music is going well. I hope to see you live one day! Send me your August schedule, and if I can I will come see you!
Warm regards,
At 7:59am on February 24, 2009, Scotty Wright said…
Well hey Miss Vicki! How's the change of scene?
At 7:28pm on February 22, 2009, Luiz Santos said…
Hi Vicki,Thanks for your wonderful comment!
Have a great week!
Be blessed…

At 2:05pm on February 9, 2009, Alle Montecchi - Giuly Modesti said…
Welcome! Nice to meet you! We hope you'll come to listen to our music, and we hope you'll enjoy it!
We'll be very appreciative of your opinion!
Warm regards from Italy!

At 11:33pm on February 8, 2009, Clairdee said…
Hi Vicki! Welcome to The Jazz Network! I didn't realize you'd moved to New York! Congrats! I'm sending all my best to you. ~Clairdee~
At 9:40pm on February 8, 2009, Bruce C said…

Vicki...thanks for the appreciations of my visuals...been a shooter in the biz for over 40 years...where does the time go, my website has a more complete array ....I was in the NYC area for 20 of those...if you're ever in Maine (summer is recommended....after June 1st...woolen underwear isn't all that much I have many musician friends to network with....would also gift you a shoot too...peace and all my best to you...always b
At 9:13pm on February 8, 2009, Bruce C said…

Be still my old heart.....such a fabulous voice...with style and grace..excellent works indeed...more please!...Thanks everso for sharing the wealth of your talents...if you ever need a photographer...or a cornetist....great tunes on your samples too...all best to you...always b
At 9:57am on February 7, 2009, Maurice Johnson said…
Hey Vicki,
Thanks you for the comments.
"Billie's Bounce", WOW!... one of my favorites. That's about the tempo I like to take it as well.
You sound great!
It's nice to meet you here at The Jazz Network.
At 9:42am on February 7, 2009, Special Blendz said…
Vicki, your voice is amazing! Wow! I see you are from New England, and so am I! I am from Maine; where did you grow up?








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