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Vicky Wyman: Bio

Vicky Wyman sings contemporary jazz standards with power and
passion updated with strains of Afro Cuban and blues. From the
American songbook to Brazilian pop classics Vicky's vocals smoke
and soar. Vicky began in a folk duo in Pennsylvania as a teenager
and quickly moved into professional theatre and cabaret in New
York City. The move influenced her to look for an edgier sound –
she formed a rock band and her songwriting flourished. During this
period she explored blues and country as well and landed gigs in
major NYC venues. Her debut album "Heartland" was recorded in
Nashville with the Grand Ole Opry band, a hybrid of country and rock.
Now she is backed by Newport, Rhode Island's finest jazz musicians
including Gray Sargent, a longtime guitarist of Tony Bennett. With
While the Music Plays On, Vicky has ultimately created a masterful
style that brings the story of each song to life and allows its sounds
and images to linger.