50 Great Jazz Vocals: What songs should make the list?


We are putting together a list of the 50 Quintessential Jazz Vocals of All Time.

According to who? Well, according to you!

This is your chance to cast your vote for the songs you think should be on a ‘best-of” jazz vocals list. Vote for up to three songs, and please include the song title and artist’s name.

After we compile the results, the quintessential 50 will be available for streaming on Jazz24.org and KPLU.org.


Steve Treseler, Saxophonist In Motion

https://cpa.ds.npr.org/kplu/audio/2018/04/steve_tressler_s_in_motion_quartet_spring_18_01.mp3 We’ve grown accustomed to his face, sax player Steve Treseler had performed in the KNKX studios as a sideman and as a mentor to

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1 thought on “50 Great Jazz Vocals: What songs should make the list?

  1. Missed seeing the following names on the 50 greatest jazz vocalist list:  Kevin Mahogany “Since I fell for You”; Etta Jones “Don ‘t Go to Strangers”; Karrin Allyson “Sophisticated Lady”and “Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most” also her rendition of “The Shadow of your Smile”.  How about a song or two by Jane Monheit?

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