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Cheryl Bentyne

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A member from the Manhattan Transfer from 1979, Cheryl Bentyne’s beautiful tone of voice, wide variety, versatility, and amazing stage presence produced her right into a main asset for the favorite vocal group right away. Her dad was a clarinetist who led a Dixieland music group, and Bentyne sang golf swing music along with his group whilst in senior high school. She was the business lead singer with the brand new Deal Rhythm Music group (a swing-oriented music group) for four years and in 1979 changed Laurel Masse using the Manhattan Transfer. In 1992 she released her first single album, Something Great. Made by trumpeter/arranger Tag Isham, it discovered Bentyne delving into pop criteria within a jazz design. Although she continuing to execute and record using the Manhattan Transfer, it had taken over a decade for Bentyne release a her next single record. Released in 2003, Among Close friends featured Bentyne executing within a straight-ahead jazz design on several Great American Songbook criteria. Since that time, Bentyne has trapped towards the acoustic jazz visual, releasing a reliable blast of albums including Lighting Still Burn off and Sings Waltz for Debby in 2004, I WANT TO Off Uptown in 2005, and Reserve of Like in 2006. Bentyne after that shipped two composer tribute albums with 2011’s Gershwin Songbook and 2012’s Let’s Misbehave: The Cole Porter Songbook. She following matched with vocalist Tag Winkler for 2013’s Western world Coast Great. The compilation record Lost Love Music, featuring monitors from many of Bentyne’s Japan-only albums, made an appearance in 2016.

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Full Name Cheryl Bentyne
Profession Singer
Nationality American
Awards Grammy Award for Best Vocal Arrangement for Two or More Voices
Music Groups The Manhattan Transfer
Music Songs Let Me Off Uptown, Something Cool, This Masquerade, West Coast Cool, You Taught My Heart to Sing, Back In Business, Lady Be Good, It Might Be You, Be My Love, Girl Talk, How Long Has This Been Going On, Don't Know Why, Everything Happens to Me, Get Here, The Meaning of the Blues, Love Me or Leave Me, But Beautiful, Last Night When We Were Young, When Your Lover Has Gone, Both Sides Now, Time After Time, It Might as Well Be Spring
Albums Lost Love Songs, The Christmas Album, Extensions, Brasil, Mecca for Moderns, An Acapella Christmas, The Best of The Manhattan Transfer, The Very Best of The Manhattan Transfer, Anthology: Down in Birdland, The Gershwin Songbook, Let's Misbehave: The Cole Porter Song Book, West Coast Cool, Let Me Off Uptown, Speaking Of Love, Tomorrow, Boy from New York City and Other Hits


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Dick Tracy 1990 performer: "Back In Business"

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Christmas at the Vatican 2001 TV Special Herself
Home Improvement 1992 TV Series Herself - Manhatten Transfer
Manhattan Transfer: Vocalese Live 1986 Video documentary Herself
The 25th Annual Grammy Awards 1983 TV Special Herself

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