Sue Raney is an American-born vocalist who recorded her first album in 1957, at the young age of 17. Throughout her still-active career, she has recorded with several labels, given voice lessons, and performed internationally.
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Official website provides the jazz singer's biography, discography, a photo gallery, news, and performance schedule.
YouTube: Sue Raney
Bill Reed provides a 1962 video of Sue performing "I've Got it Bad" and a Bill Holman arrangement of "Let There be Love", with the Stan Kenton band.
The New York Sun: Aging Gracefully With Sue Raney
Will Friedwald's profile of the singer and review of her 2007 album "A Tribute to Doris Day: Heart's Desire". (October 01, 2007)
The New York Observer: Raney Does Doris
Review by Rex Reed of "Heart’s Desire", with readers' commentaries. (July 23, 2007)
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