Vocalist Nancy Reed offers good music genes. Her dad was a jazz pianist and her mom an opera vocalist. Her initial professional gig was at age 19 recording on the A& R studios in N.Con.C.. Over time, she’s performed at jazz celebrations and concerts with such luminaries as Phil Woods, Glide Hampton, and David “Fathead” Newman. 1993 noticed Reed dealing with vocalist Stephanie Nakasian on Nakasian’s record Bitter Special. In 1996, Reed was on Bob Dorough’s Compact disc, THAT IS a Recording. Within the same calendar year, she documented with her husband-guitarist, Spencer Reed, resulting in the aptly called CD, Jointly. She became a member of the David Leonhardt Jazz Group in 1997 and she travels regularly together throughout the USA. Their maiden record, A PERIOD for Love, premiered in 1998 another album, released in-may of 1999, is normally specialized in music for faucet dancing, known as Swingin’ Tappin’ and Jammin’. Just like the performers she cites as main affects, Sarah Vaughan and Shirley Horn, Reed’s tone of voice is described by its beautiful tone and superb pitch. She can golf swing and sing ballads with similar aplomb. Reed can be a normal performer at locations through the entire Poconos in Pa, aswell in Mexico and Japan.