Letter: Sandi Russell obituary

Maggie Humm writes: Sandi Russell had a unique rapport with audiences

The jazz singer Sandi Russell had a unique rapport with audiences with her intimacy and emotional power. Leading British musicians loved her technique: Sandi’s CD Sweet Thunder features a remarkable scat singing duet with Georgie Fame on the track Feet On the Ground.

Maggie Humm

The GuardianTramp

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