About The Music
"Sandy is the quintessential interpreter of the Great American (and British) Musical Theatre Songbook. Additionally, she has recorded, with great aplomb and magnanimity, a wide variety of musical styles, past and present, ranging from film songs by Dorothy Parker, through standards, to classical jazz songs of Dave Brubeck. She is adventurous in approaching new material from new writers, to unrecorded or seldom heard songs created by the masters.
Over the years we have successfully swung boogie-woogie, new takes on Broadway hits, adult contemporary folk, even Christmas music (1000's of radio plays each year). To each artistic genre she brings the skills of a warm, compassionate actress, the timing of a dancer, sense of humor, deep understanding and connection to the lyrics, accurate pitch, and a seamless range from "F" below middle "C" to "F" above hi "C". Outstanding!
"Sandy's most recent album, "It Might Be Fun" was recorded at legendary Capitol Studios in Hollywood, with an orchestra of LA's premier 1st-call musicians (above). Contractor: Joe Soldo; Engineer John Adams. The sessions were inspired by thoughts of the greats like Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Nelson Riddle, Johnny Mercer, et.al. who walked down these hallways and performed and recorded in these rooms. We had a great time, with original songs by co-producer Bruce Kimmel, orchestrated and conducted respectfully and gratefully by me.