“You know you’re dealing with a real old school cabaret singer when she tackles a bunch of old songs by famous writers that you really haven’t heard much of or before. A pair of Bostonians that have working together since a chance meeting at a workshop in Tuscany, their affinity must have been immediate and smoking because they play it on the natch throughout. Fun stuff that opens cabaret to all, this is some killer jazz vocal work that’s sure to bowl you over.” —Chris Spector, Midwest Record
“Highly Recommended” —Improvijazzation Nation
Shepley’s newest album, created and produced with musical partner/pianist Ron Roy, features one standard and fourteen charming songs from the 1930’s to 50’s that have been rarely recorded since their debut. Don’t Bother to Knock is now out and is receiving airplay on these radio stations nationwide.
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