Sue Raney Interview

Sue Raney has long been one of my most favorite singers & people. I have collected & enjoyed each & every one of her recordings & her new release "LISTEN HERE" is no exception but it is exceptionally great. Sue teams up once again with pianist-arranger Alan Broadbent in this duo recording.
Sue continues her individualistic style of story telling with feeling & sensitivity.
One of my favorite but lesser know Sinatra hits is included here-There Used To Be A Ballpark Here written by Joe Raposo & it's as much about life itself as it is about baseball parks. Sue's husband Carmen Fanzone plays the flugelhorn & played with the Redsox & the Cubs. Years ago they recorded "Baseball" with the Bob Florence Group in Ridin' High.
In this interview you will understand my affection for this great artist whose voice has remained beautiful over the years & I strongly recommend you do as I have & LISTEN HERE.


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New Tunes Added to Our Streaming Show!

Well, our Live365 I Love Jazz show is back in the live mode, with over 4200 tracks playing! We've added many new releases to our playlist for the month of January.   Artists include The Blue Cat Express, Liam Sillery, Miami Saxophone Quartet, Steve Herberman, John Stetch, Wayne Wallace, Latin Jazz Quintet, Antii Sarpilla, Todd Coolman, Jeff Hamilton, Russell Gunn, B.E.D., John Burnett Swing Orchestra, Mads Tolling Trio, Margie Notte, Bucky Pizzarelli/Kennedy Brothers, John Harden Project, Tim Laughlin,  Cy Touff & Sandy Mosse, Jim Manley,  Jeff Hamilton, Chuck Berghofer Trio, Rebecca Cline/Hilary Noble, Todd Coolman, Baron Tymas, Wayne Wallace, Jane Monheit, Tim Laughlin, Sue Raney, Ralph Sutton/Kenny Davern, Phil Ranelin, Larry Gelb, Mads Tolling Trio, Phil Ranelin, Miami Saxophone Quartet, Chicago Jazz Philharmonic, Ray LeVier  Steve Herberman,  Wayne Wallace, Mardra Thomas, Sophie Milman, Rachael Price, Benny Golson, Jane Monheit, Ray LeVier,  Chuck Berghofer Trio, John Burnett Swing Orchestra, Paul Seaforth Los Hombres Calientes, Hugh Masekela. Hope you enjoy all the new jazz!