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Sarah McKenzie

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sarah McKenzie is an Australian jazz musician. She is a singer, pianist and composer.[1][2] Her album Close Your Eyes won the 2012 ARIA Music Award for Best Jazz Album. She was also nominated for the same award in 2011 with Don't Tempt Me[3] and in 2015 for We Could Be Lovers.[4] We Could Be Lovers won an Australian Jazz Bell Award in 2015 for Best Australian Jazz Vocal Album.[5]

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Discography

  • Don't Tempt Me (2011) – ABC Music[6]
  • Close Your Eyes (2012) – ABC Music[7]
  • We Could Be Lovers (2014) – ABC Music
  • Paris in the Rain (2017) – Impulse!
  • Secrets of My Heart (2019) – Normandy Lane Music

References

  1. ^ Nicholas, Jessica (23 May 2011), "McKenzie's career swings into action", The Age
  2. ^ Voisey, Mark (8 June 2012), "Sarah McKenzie was born to sing jazz", Courier Mail
  3. ^ Budd, Jim (5 December 2012), "Sarah McKenzie wins jazz ARIA award", Jazz Australia
  4. ^ Boon, Maxim (30 September 2015), "2015 Fine Art and Artisan ARIA Awards nominees announced", Limelight
  5. ^ "Australian Jazz Bell Awards Winners Announced". theMusic. 30 April 2015. Retrieved 24 August 2018.
  6. ^ Williams, Ken (26 August 2013), "Don't Tempt Me", The Age
  7. ^ McBeath, John (21 August 2012), "Close Your Eyes (Sarah McKenzie)", The Australian

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