Spring Waltz (Live)

Suzanne Grzanna

Suzanne Grzanna performs "Spring Waltz" with Alex Otey on piano which is composed by Donald E. Grzanna. This was performed live during 2017 Grammy week at an The Indie Collaborate Event held at Kulaks Woodshed - Hollywood, CA.

Suzanne Grzanna - Bio

A brilliant saxophonist, sultry jazz singer and Grammy Award voting member, Suzanne Grzanna is a world-class artist who has traveled the world during her productive career. The recent release of her CD Spring Waltz is just the latest accomplishment in a career full of highpoints. Suzanne Grzanna was born and grew up in a small suburb of Milwaukee. Her parents Don and Maureen Grzanna are professional musicians and she started piano lessons with her mother when she was five. While Suzanne continued playing piano during her teenage years, performing at many competitions, she began doubling on the clarinet when she was nine so she could play in her school bands. Suzanne switched her main focus to alto-sax in seventh grade. In addition to jazz and hearing her father perform, she enjoyed classical and the pop music of the era. A performer from a very age, Suzanne sang and played piano in her family band, playing jazz, rock and dance music. She gained further experience playing in her high school band and singing in her high school choir. While in college she not only performed with the jazz band but the school’s symphonic orchestra and a Christian rock group. She also sang with the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus for many years, starting at the age of 18. After attending Wisconsin Lutheran College and earning a music degree from Carroll University, she formed her jazz quartet. Suzanne immediately started a busy performance schedule, and she has not slowed down since.

Suzanne Grzanna began to record as a leader in 1994, starting with The Cat’s Meow. “I was really happy to release my first jazz album. Recording that CD was a dream come true. It includes a lot of my originals. I always incorporate the many different styles that I have played in my life into my music.”

She has recorded eight CDs thus far including the standards-oriented Fly Me To The Moon (1999), her first Christmas CD 2003’s My Santa Baby, Simply Sunday (2006), Christmas Night (2008) Wedding Day (2016), and Daybreak (2016).

The recordings (and the video of “The Cat’s Meow”) gave Suzanne fame far beyond Milwaukee and resulted in her performing throughout the United States. They also led to her making acting appearances in films and on television including as a singer and a saxophonist in the band that appeared in The West Wing, and working on such films as Path To War, Wishtaker and La Surprise Party. Suzanne co-produced and was one of the singers on Kobi Arad’s Prince tribute song “Forever” for the Grammies. She also was a part of David Longoria’s “We Are One” (Vocalist), and recorded her album Daybreak . In the near future, she will be appearing in the film Western Conviction.

 In her career thus far, Suzanne Grzanna has worked at many notable clubs and festivals including Milwaukee’s Summerfest, the Blue Note and Birdland in New York, Preservation Hall in New Orleans, Los Angeles’ The Baked Potato, Chicago’s Pops For Champagne, the Sharon Lynn Wilson Center in Waukesha, WI and the Hollywood Bowl. She has also performed in Russia, Japan and Paris and has shared the stage with such notables as Jeff Goldblum, fellow saxophonists Frank Morgan and Charles McPherson, trumpeter Brian Lynch, pianist Dave Hazeltine and singer Betty Carter. “I have been fortunate to perform at so many places. I love to play at festivals because it is fun to be on a large stage, reaching as many people as possible. But I also love performing at more intimate club settings because it is easier to communicate to each individual and I enjoy talking to the audience afterwards.”

Among the many awards that Suzanne has won are Carroll University’s Graduate Of The Decade, the Indie Music Channel’s Awards for Best Jazz Video (The Cat’s Meow) and Best Jazz Song (Latin Nights), a silver medal in the Global Music Awards (The Cat’s Meow) (Latin Nights), Best Original Song (Simply Sunday) from the Hollywood Music and Media Awards, World Art Celebrities Magazine’s Diva of the Year and, from the Indie Music Channel Radio Awards, Best Jazz Song (Simply Sunday), Best Jazz Producer (Fever) and Best Female Jazz Artist (for Daybreak). Semi-Finalist in the UK Songwriting Contest for Best Video (The Cat’s Meow). Suzanne just received another silver medal in the Global Music Awards (Daybreak) (Wedding Day), and just won four awards at the 2017 Indie Music Channel Awards. Best Jazz Instrumentalist (Daybreak), Best Female Instrumentalist (Daybreak), Best Jazz Producer (Daybreak) and Best Contemporary Christian Song (Wedding Day). She is currently nominated for the Hollywood Music and Media Award for her song “My Santa Baby.” In September 2017 she is traveling to Nashville, TN for the Josie Music Awards. She has been nominated for Song of the Year and Artist of the Year (Jazz & Blues) for Daybreak.

With the release of Spring Watlz, the pace in Suzanne Grzanna’s career is picking up even more. “I have been working on many projects. For the future I want to continue my musical life, connect with as many audience members as possible, to push myself and my creative side. I love jazz and I hope to share my love for music with many others.” Suzanne Grzanna will be performing at “The Bitter End” in August 2017 with the Indie Collaborative.

More information about Suzanne Grzanna and Spring Waltz can be found at Divarecords.US

Mandi May Diva Records LLC Grzanna Jazz Booking 201-591-JAZZ Saxdiva@saxdiva.com Record Label: Diva Records LLC SaxDiva LLC Publisher: Grzanna Jazz Productions LLC

AWARDS -2017 Nominated for Hollywood Music and Media Awards (My Santa Baby) -2017 Nominated for Artist of the Year Josie Music Awards -2017 Nominated for Song of the Year (Daybreak) Josie Music Awards -2017 Best Female Artist (Daybreak) The Indie Music Channel Awards -2017 Best Jazz Instrumentalist (Daybreak) The Indie Music Channel Awards -2017 Best Jazz Producer (Daybreak) The Indie Music Channel Awards -2017 Best Contemporary Christian Recording (Wedding Day) Indie Music Channel Awards -2016 Hollywood Music and Media Awards - Best Jazz Song (Simply Sunday) -2017 Silver Medal Award – Outstanding Achievement: Global Music Awards (Wedding Day) -2017 Silver Medal Award – Outstanding Achievement: Global Music Awards (Daybreak) -2016 Best Jazz Song (Simply Sunday) Indie Music Radio Awards -2016 Best Jazz Song (Fever) Indie Music Radio Awards -2016 Best Female Artist (Daybreak) Indie Music Radio Awards -2016 Best Contemporary Christian Producer (Wedding Day) Indie Music Radio Awards -2016 Best Jazz Artist Award from The Indie Music Channel Awards -2016 Best Jazz Video Award from The Indie Music Channel Awards -2016 Silver Medal Award – Outstanding Achievement: Global Music Awards (The Cat's Meow) -2016 Silver Medal Award – Outstanding Achievement: Global Music Awards (Latin Nights) -Semi-Finalist for the UK Songwriting Contest 2016: The Cat’s Meow Video -Nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media Award – Best Jazz Artist 2016 -Diva of the Year for Celebrities Magazine -Best Jazz Artist, Wisconsin Area Music Awards -Featured on the cover of the book “Entertainment Greats From The 1800’s to the Present: Cinema, Stage, Music, Divas, Legends by Maximillien de Lafayette, 2007 -Featured in the book “Showbiz, Pioneers, Best Singers, Entertainers and Musicians from 1606 to the Present by Maximillien de Lafayette, 2007

Diva Records LLC Grzanna Jazz Productions LLC P.O. Box 511735 Milwaukee, WI 53203 (201) 591-JAZZ Saxdiva@saxdiva.com www.facebook.com/divarecordsgrzanna twitter.com/suzannegrzanna

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Daybreak

Suzanne Grzanna

A Special Thanks to God, my wonderful husband Christian, Audrey and Mason, my family, friends, Jazz Fans, and Chris Wiken – The Packing House who have supported me through all of my endeavors. Also, to my fantastic musicians and DV Studios that helped create my project.

DAYBREAK Vocals & Saxophone – Suzanne Grzanna Piano- Ray Tabs Bass – Hal Miller Drums – Andy LoDuca Piano on Daybreak – Scott Currier Producer: Suzanne Grzanna Co-Producer: Dave Vartanian Co-Arrangers: Suzanne Grzanna, Ray Tabs, Scott Currier, Hal Miller and Andy LoDuca Suzanne Grzanna Logo: Jeff Paul Diva Records Logo: Jeff Paul Photographer: Tim Evans Hair Stylist: Karlabeth Beste – Ilustria Salon Recorded and Mixed at DV Productions – Dave Vartanian 2016 Record Label: Diva Records LLC Publisher: Grzanna Jazz Productions LLC Designed, manufactured and printed by Disc Makers, Pennsauken, NJ, USA

AWARDS -2016 Best Jazz Artist Award from The Indie Music Channel Awards -2016 Best Jazz Video Award from The Indie Music Channel Awards -2016 Silver Medal Award – Outstanding Achievement: Global Music Awards -Semi-Finalist for the UK Songwriting Contest 2016: The Cat’s Meow Video -Nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media Award – Best Jazz Artist 2016 -Diva of the Year for Celebrities Magazine -Best Jazz Artist, Wisconsin Area Music Awards -Featured on the cover of the book “Entertainment Greats From The 1800’s to the Present: Cinema, Stage, Music, Divas, Legends by Maximillien de Lafayette, 2007 -Featured in the book “Showbiz, Pioneers, Best Singers, Entertainers and Musicians from 1606 to the Present by Maximillien de Lafayette, 2007

Diva Records LLC Grzanna Jazz Productions LLC P.O. Box 511735 Milwaukee, WI 53203 (201) 591-JAZZ Saxdiva@saxdiva.com www.facebook.com/divarecordsgrzanna twitter.com/suzannegrzanna

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Wedding Day

Suzanne Grzanna

Wedding Day is a Christian song with a jazzy/gospel feel to it's rhythm. A prayerful lyrics about the meaning of commitment.

Saxdiva@saxdiva.com From New York – Paris – Japan – Russia – Los Angeles – Chicago, Suzanne Grzanna has made a prominent world wide name for herself. She has performed at prestigious halls such as the Blue Note, Birdland, Preservation Hall, Cinegrill, and the Hollywood Bowl. Suzanne has had such sit-ins with players such as Frank Morgan, Dave Hazeltine, Bryan Lynch, Betty Carter, Ray Brown Jr., Charles McPherson, John Hurd, and Jeff Goldblum to name a few. Her unique talent of not only being a dazzling saxophonist but also a sultry vocalist…can make you melt in your seat.

The sound of Grzanna Jazz is somewhat a hybrid of classic jazz, pop standards, original compositions, Christian and funky tunes all clearly influenced by Suzanne’s unique and contemporary style. She has released five CD’s, with a new one coming out this next year titled "Wedding Day." Her music has won rave reviews from both the critics and her fans. Says the Pasadena Weekly, “Her smoky voice and skillful sax set her apart from many other jazz performers, both those of her own age and beyond.”

Suzanne Grzanna began her jazz career at age five when she studied piano. She grew up in a small suburb of Milwaukee, WI and flourished in music from the beginning. Her parents, Don and Maureen Grzanna, are notable musicians who taught her the discipline of the craft. Throughout her childhood, Suzanne won various awards not only in jazz, but also in classical music.
CD's * 1994 The Cat’s Meow * 1999 Fly Me to the Moon * 2003 My Santa Baby * 2006 Simply Sunday * 2008 Christmas Night * 2016 Wedding Day

Can be purchased at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/grzanna4

Awards * Nominated for a Hollywood Music In Media Award Best Jazz Artist 2016 * 2016 Best Jazz Artist Award from The Indie Music Channel Awards * 2016 Best Jazz Video from The Indie Music Channel Awards * Diva of the Year, World Art Celebrities Magazine * Best Jazz Artist, Wisconsin Area Music Awards * Featured on the cover of the book, “Entertainment Greats From The 1800's to the Present: Cinema, Stage, Music, Divas, Legends”[1] by Maximillien de Lafayette, 2007 * Featured in the book “ “Showbiz, Pioneers, Best Singers, Entertainers and Musicians from 1606 to the Present”[2] by Maximillien de Lafayette, 2007

Diva Records LLC /Grzanna Jazz Productions LLC Saxdiva@Saxdiva.com Please look Suzanne up on twitter and http://facebook.com/divarecordsgrzanna/ (201) 591-JAZZ

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Simply Sunday

Suzanne Grzanna

Hot sultry vocals and sizzling saxophone- Jazz music. This artist has dazzeled crowds all over the world. A must CD to have..

Suzanne Grzanna From New York – Paris – Japan – Russia – Los Angeles – Chicago, Suzanne Grzanna has made a prominent world-wide name for herself. She has performed at prestigious halls such as the Blue Note, Birdland, Preservation Hall, Cinegrill, and the Hollywood Bowl. Suzanne has had such sit-ins with players such as Frank Morgan, Dave Hazeltine, Bryan Lynch, Betty Carter, Ray Brown Jr., Charles McPherson, John Hurd, and Jeff Goldblum to name a few. Her unique talent of not only being a dazzling saxophonist but also a sultry vocalist…can make you melt in your seat.

The sound of Grzanna Jazz is somewhat a hybrid of classic jazz, pop standards, original compositions, and funky tunes all clearly influenced by Suzanne’s unique and contemporary style. She has released six CD’s, with a new one coming out this next year. Her music has won rave reviews from both the critics and her fans. Says the Pasadena Weekly, “Her smoky voice and skillful sax set her apart from many other jazz performers, both those of her own age and beyond.”

Suzanne Grzanna began her jazz career at age five when she studied piano. She grew up in a small suburb of Milwaukee, WI and flourished in music from the beginning. Her parents, Don and Maureen Grzanna, are notable musicians who taught her the discipline of the craft. Throughout her childhood, Suzanne won various awards not only in jazz, but also in classical music. Ms. Grzanna even participated in the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus starting at the age of eighteen. Suzanne attended Wisconsin Lutheran College for a few years and proceeded to graduate from Carroll University with a degree in Music. College was important for the aspiring musician, and after graduation proceeded to follow her dream of starting her own jazz quartet.

In 1994, Suzanne Grzanna released her first album titiled “The Cat’s Meow.” This put her on the map and gave her the opportunities to perform around the United States. Her video, “The Cat’s Meow,” also got rave reviews on BET Jazz. This introduced her not only to the US, but also to the world. Soon afterward, Ms. Grzanna released her next album titled “Fly Me To The Moon.” This album got the attention of Billboard Magazine, which wrote a fabulous review. The offers of releasing an album overseas came from such countries as Japan, Brazil, and South East Asia to name a few. Not only did Suzanne get attention from record labels, the film community started to take notice. Suzanne was involved in various films with not only her music, but her persona. Carroll University even awarded Suzanne with the Graduate of the Decade Award in 2000. In December of 2003, “My Santa Baby” was released following with “Simply Sunday” in 2006. Suzanne released “Christmas Night” in 2010. Throughout the years she has shown her diversity in music recording of jazz, blues, classical, Christian, rock and contemporary music. Suzanne has won various awards from ASCAP, Shepherd Express, Carroll University, and Wisconsin Area Music Awards. She has also been featured in the 2007 book “Who’s Who in Jazz, Cabaret, Music and Entertainment” by the Federation of American Musicians, Singers and Performing Artists. In 2016, Suzanne won Best Jazz Artist and Best Jazz Video from the Indie Music Channel Awards. She also won a Silver Medal in the Global Music Awards. Currently, Suzanne is nominated from the Hollywood Music and Media Awards and is a Semi-Finalist in the UK Songwriting Contest. Her new single Wedding Day was released in July of 2016. Daybreak, Suzanne Grzanna’s new jazz CD is just being released. Her sizzling saxophone and sultry vocals will leave you spellbound. Check out her new CD! Today, Suzanne also makes sure to incorporate music into the lives of her husband Christian and their two children, Audrey and Mason.

Diva Records LLC P.O. Box 511735 Milwaukee, WI 53203-0291 (201) 591-JAZZ http://www.saxdiva.com saxdiva@saxdiva.com

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Christmas Night

Suzanne Grzanna

The sound of Grzanna Jazz is somewhat a hybrid of classic jazz, pop standards, original compositions, and funky tunes all clearly influenced by Suzanne’s unique and contemporary style, which began at age five when she studied piano and voice.

From New York – Paris – Japan – Russia – Los Angeles – Chicago, Suzanne Grzanna has made a prominent world-wide name for herself. She has performed at prestigious halls such as the Blue Note, Birdland, Preservation Hall, Cinegrill, and the Hollywood Bowl. Suzanne has had such sit-ins with players such as Frank Morgan, Dave Hazeltine, Bryan Lynch, Betty Carter, Ray Brown Jr., Charles McPherson, John Hurd, and Jeff Goldblum to name a few. Her unique talent of not only being a dazzling saxophonist but also a sultry vocalist…can make you melt in your seat.

The sound of Grzanna Jazz is somewhat a hybrid of classic jazz, pop standards, original compositions, and funky tunes all clearly influenced by Suzanne’s unique and contemporary style. She has released six CD’s, with a new one coming out this next year. Her music has won rave reviews from both the critics and her fans. Says the Pasadena Weekly, “Her smoky voice and skillful sax set her apart from many other jazz performers, both those of her own age and beyond.”

Suzanne Grzanna began her jazz career at age five when she studied piano. She grew up in a small suburb of Milwaukee, WI and flourished in music from the beginning. Her parents, Don and Maureen Grzanna, are notable musicians who taught her the discipline of the craft. Throughout her childhood, Suzanne won various awards not only in jazz, but also in classical music. Ms. Grzanna even participated in the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus starting at the age of eighteen. Suzanne attended Wisconsin Lutheran College for a few years and proceeded to graduate from Carroll University with a degree in Music. College was important for the aspiring musician, and after graduation proceeded to follow her dream of starting her own jazz quartet.

In 1994, Suzanne Grzanna released her first album titiled “The Cat’s Meow.” This put her on the map and gave her the opportunities to perform around the United States. Her video, “The Cat’s Meow,” also got rave reviews on BET Jazz. This introduced her not only to the US, but also to the world. Soon afterward, Ms. Grzanna released her next album titled “Fly Me To The Moon.” This album got the attention of Billboard Magazine, which wrote a fabulous review. The offers of releasing an album overseas came from such countries as Japan, Brazil, and South East Asia to name a few. Not only did Suzanne get attention from record labels, the film community started to take notice. Suzanne was involved in various films with not only her music, but her persona. Carroll University even awarded Suzanne with the Graduate of the Decade Award in 2000. In December of 2003, “My Santa Baby” was released following with “Simply Sunday” in 2006. Suzanne released “Christmas Night” in 2010. Throughout the years she has shown her diversity in music recording of jazz, blues, classical, Christian, rock and contemporary music. Suzanne has won various awards from ASCAP, Shepherd Express, Carroll University, and Wisconsin Area Music Awards. She has also been featured in the 2007 book “Who’s Who in Jazz, Cabaret, Music and Entertainment” by the Federation of American Musicians, Singers and Performing Artists. In 2016, Suzanne won Best Jazz Artist and Best Jazz Video from the Indie Music Channel Awards. She also won a Silver Medal in the Global Music Awards. Currently, Suzanne is nominated from the Hollywood Music and Media Awards and is a Semi-Finalist in the UK Songwriting Contest. Her new single Wedding Day was released in July of 2016. Daybreak, Suzanne Grzanna’s new jazz CD is just being released. Her sizzling saxophone and sultry vocals will leave you spellbound. Check out her new CD! Today, Suzanne also makes sure to incorporate music into the lives of her husband Christian and their two children, Audrey and Mason.

Diva Records LLC P.O. Box 511735 Milwaukee, WI 53203-0291 (201) 591-JAZZ http://www.saxdiva.com saxdiva@saxdiva.com

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The Cat's Meow

Suzanne Grzanna

Fabulous vocals and saxophone - some standard songs and many great originals. The Cat's Meow video has been aired on BET and won the 2016 Best Jazz Video for the Independent Music Channel Awards!!

Suzanne Grzanna

From New York – Paris – Japan – Russia – Los Angeles – Chicago, Suzanne Grzanna has made a prominent world-wide name for herself. She has performed at prestigious halls such as the Blue Note, Birdland, Preservation Hall, Cinegrill, and the Hollywood Bowl. Suzanne has had such sit-ins with players such as Frank Morgan, Dave Hazeltine, Bryan Lynch, Betty Carter, Ray Brown Jr., Charles McPherson, John Hurd, and Jeff Goldblum to name a few. Her unique talent of not only being a dazzling saxophonist but also a sultry vocalist…can make you melt in your seat.

The sound of Grzanna Jazz is somewhat a hybrid of classic jazz, pop standards, original compositions, and funky tunes all clearly influenced by Suzanne’s unique and contemporary style. She has released six CD’s, with a new one coming out this next year. Her music has won rave reviews from both the critics and her fans. Says the Pasadena Weekly, “Her smoky voice and skillful sax set her apart from many other jazz performers, both those of her own age and beyond.”

Suzanne Grzanna began her jazz career at age five when she studied piano. She grew up in a small suburb of Milwaukee, WI and flourished in music from the beginning. Her parents, Don and Maureen Grzanna, are notable musicians who taught her the discipline of the craft. Throughout her childhood, Suzanne won various awards not only in jazz, but also in classical music. Ms. Grzanna even participated in the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus starting at the age of eighteen. Suzanne attended Wisconsin Lutheran College for a few years and proceeded to graduate from Carroll University with a degree in Music. College was important for the aspiring musician, and after graduation proceeded to follow her dream of starting her own jazz quartet.

In 1994, Suzanne Grzanna released her first album titiled “The Cat’s Meow.” This put her on the map and gave her the opportunities to perform around the United States. Her video, “The Cat’s Meow,” also got rave reviews on BET Jazz. This introduced her not only to the US, but also to the world. Soon afterward, Ms. Grzanna released her next album titled “Fly Me To The Moon.” This album got the attention of Billboard Magazine, which wrote a fabulous review. The offers of releasing an album overseas came from such countries as Japan, Brazil, and South East Asia to name a few. Not only did Suzanne get attention from record labels, the film community started to take notice. Suzanne was involved in various films with not only her music, but her persona. Carroll University even awarded Suzanne with the Graduate of the Decade Award in 2000. In December of 2003, “My Santa Baby” was released following with “Simply Sunday” in 2006. Suzanne released “Christmas Night” in 2010. Throughout the years she has shown her diversity in music recording of jazz, blues, classical, Christian, rock and contemporary music. Suzanne has won various awards from ASCAP, Shepherd Express, Carroll University, and Wisconsin Area Music Awards. She has also been featured in the 2007 book “Who’s Who in Jazz, Cabaret, Music and Entertainment” by the Federation of American Musicians, Singers and Performing Artists. In 2016, Suzanne won Best Jazz Artist and Best Jazz Video from the Indie Music Channel Awards. She also won a Silver Medal in the Global Music Awards. Currently, Suzanne is nominated from the Hollywood Music and Media Awards and is a Semi-Finalist in the UK Songwriting Contest. Her new single Wedding Day was released in July of 2016. Daybreak, Suzanne Grzanna’s new jazz CD is just being released. Her sizzling saxophone and sultry vocals will leave you spellbound. Check out her new CD! Today, Suzanne also makes sure to incorporate music into the lives of her husband Christian and their two children, Audrey and Mason.

Diva Records LLC P.O. Box 511735 Milwaukee, WI 53203-0291 (201) 591-JAZZ http://www.saxdiva.com saxdiva@saxdiva.com

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