Talented, charismatic jazz vocalist using a roaring tone of voice, Wendee Glick found its way to 2002 with a solid debut record and an extraordinary pedigree in the arts. Located in the New Britain region, Glick grew to like jazz from her mother’s profession as a vocalist. She became a member of the choral troupe that placed on the America’s Youngsters in Concert tour, and shortly was on the School of Lowell learning music. Developing a fondness for jazz legends like Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughn, Glick begun to perform around her region and was shortly a fixture in a number of New Britain jazz night clubs. Using her newfound notoriety to progress her profession, she created her debut Compact disc, Baby I’m Great, in the springtime of 2002. Released that fall, she received great notices from journals and r / c in the region aswell as Down Defeat Magazine.