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Connie Evingson (born in Hibbing, MN) is an American singer who performs jazz and pop music. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has been a guest soloist with the Minnesota Orchestra and the Toronto Symphony. She has appeared with Doc Severinsen and Bobby McFerrin. She was on A Prairie Home Companion in 2009. She was interviewed about her album Sweet Happy Life on NPR radio on July 28, 2013.
Evingson is the creator of the stage production, Fever, A Tribute to Peggy Lee.
- Sweet Happy Life (2012)
- Little Did I Dream: Songs by Dave Frishberg, with Dave Frishberg (2008)
- Stockholm Sweetnin' (2006)
- Gypsy in My Soul (2004)
- Let It Be Jazz: Connie Evingson Sings The Beatles (2003)
- The Secret of Christmas (2002)
- Some Cats Know (2004)
- Fever - A Tribute to Peggy Lee (1999)
- I Have Dreamed (1995)
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