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   "If Doris Day in the 1950s had been a jazz singer, could scat with the cool assurance of Anita O’Day, and expressed the happiness of Ella, she might have sounded a little like Rebecca Hardiman. Rebecca deserves to be much better known beyond the Pacific Northwest."

Scott Yanow,

Jazz Journalist/Historian - LA Jazz Times


Vocal jazz the way it used to be.....

reminiscent of Ella Fitzgerald, June Christy & Nancy Wilson. 

Classic jazz with style!

Latest Release - "Rain Sometimes"

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 Rebecca also sings the Carpenter's Songbook with the same rich, smooth style Karen Carpenter was known for, and can include classic pop songs from artists such as Carol King, Aretha Franklin, Carly Simon, etc.. in her repertoire.